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VideoKit is a powerful video playing and streaming framework for iOS developers , it’s coded with Objective-C language. It supports playing local & remote files (mkv, divx, xvid, ogg, vorbis and more) and supports streaming popular protocols & formats (mms, http, rtsp, rtmp, rtp, mjpeg).
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Hello, a new update is released, please find release note below, Version: 2.1 – Release Date: October 14 • Recording functionality is added (No transcoding, record as it is) (dev licenses or upper licenses holders can access these feature) • Player UI is updated for iOS 7 and above (iOS 6 UI is already supported) […]
Hello, a new update is released, please find release note below, Version: 2.0 – Release Date: August 14 • Added support for secure streams with openSSL (now https, rtmps, rtmpe, rtmpte, rtmpte & tls protocols are supported) • Added new feature: VideoKit shows the first picture immediately without waiting to fetch all frames to start […]
Hello everyone, This is a new blog post about upcoming updates for iOS VideoKit framework, this post does not include any technical information but, it mentions about our roadmaps and informing about upcoming price changes We have been working hard on new upcoming updates for months, and We will release 2.0 version at the end […]
Hello developers, This is a new blog post about playing RTMP streams with ffplay & VideoKit. We will show you how to set the parameters of RTMP stream with ffplay and our framework VideoKit using VKDECODER_OPT_KEY_PASS_THROUGH decoder option which newly added in version 1.10 Before start, please note that We tested our RTMP links with […]