Jellyfish Media Server v0.1.0

Hi everyone!

After about 3 months of really hard work, we have released the very first version of Jellyfish Media Server!

The best starting point is the documentation available here: What is Jellyfish? | Jellyfish docs

Version 0.1.0 comes with:

We are not slowing down and in the nearest future we are going to:

Stay tuned!

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Looks awesome!

I wonder if it can be used as a video transcoding solution for an offline media library. Seems to be part of its idea, must dig deeper.

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Awesome! I’ll definitely be playing with this once RTSP support lands. I’d love to consume RTSP from IP cameras and stream to WebRTC in the browser for the lowest possible latency. I think there are a lot of people who want the same capabilities.

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Jellyfish is going to be focused on real-time/live communication. In other words, our main goal is to allow for building streaming/communication solutions in an easy and fast way.

If the only thing you want to do is to transcode a video file from one format to another, that’s not the task for Jellyfish, at least not in the nearest feature :slightly_frowning_face:

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That’s still super valuable and very useful, thank you!

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