SRT Plugfest, an online event aimed at providing opportunities to test interoperability and compatibility between different vendors, partners, and SRT Alliance members utilizing the SRT protocol.
Plugfest consisted of two parts, one where we connected to others with SRT and one where others connected to us. For example, we opened an input connected to an output so others could get back what they sent to us (i.e. that we only acted as a router). Many participants had this setup showcasing the ability of both receiving and sending SRT.
Lina Nikols from SRT alliance writes:
““The biggest highlight was that during the 3 days of testing, there was not one single failure and no incompatibilities detected using SRT.”
Intinor successfully connected to equipment from 14 different vendors, 46 streams in total.
List of vendors that succesfully connected to Intinor: Actua Films, AJA, D2D Technologies, Epiphan, Grass Valley, Haivision, Imagine Communications, JVC, kiloview, LTN Global, MediaAtmos, OBS, SAPEC and Sienna
SRT is an open source video transport protocol that optimizes streaming performance across unpredictable networks, enabling the best quality live video to be transported over even the most questionable networks. The SRT Open Source project, which is spearheaded by the SRT Alliance, is a collaborative community of industry leaders and developers striving to achieve lower latency internet video transport by continuously improving open-source SRT.