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GNU ccRTP offers support for RTCP and many other standard and extended features that are needed for both compatible and advanced streaming applications. GNU ccRTP can mix multiple payload types in stream, and hence can be used to implement RFC 2833 compliant signaling applications as well as other specialized things. GNU ccRTP also offers direct RTP packet filtering.
GNU ccRTP is threadsafe and high performance. It uses packet queue lists rather than streaming buffers. This allows ccRTP to be used to create high capacity streaming servers as well as client applications.
GNU ccRTP is designed to support both audio and video data and can do partial frame splits/re-assembly. GNU ccRTP also supports multicast networks and multiple active connection sources. This allows its use for building all forms of Internet standards based audio and visual conferencing systems.
GNU ccRTP uses templates and can be used to implement realtime streaming with different underlying transport protocols, not just with IPV4 UDP sockets.
Copyright (c) 1999-2002 by Open Source Telecom Corporation. Verbatim copying and distribution of this entire article is permitted in any medium, provided this notice is preserved. Welcome to GNU ccRTP, the RTP protocol stack of GNU Common C++ and the GNU project. GNU ccRTP was created as a "generic" and high performance RTP stack and uses queued packet lists for both sending and receiving of r more»
This directory includes example programs intended for testing and illustrating features of ccRTP: * rpthello: illustrates transmission/reception of RTP packets using the RTPSession class. * rtpsend: sends RTP/RTCP packets * rtplisten: waits for RTP/RTCP incoming packets * rtpduphello: illustrates transmission/reception of RTP packets using RTPDuplex * ccrtptest: this is not really a more»
ccrtp Library NEWS -- history of visible user changes. 2002-11-6 Release 1.0.0 New model for participants and synchronization sources interrelationship. Full RTP/RTCP support. Release 0.1.0 The base classes have been re-arranged to allow more work on generic RTP socket types other than the voice profile pure UDP implimentation. A new duplexing class for peer to peer RTP has also been added. R more»
AVPQueue(3) AVPQueue(3) NAME AVPQueue - This more»
AppDataUnit(3) AppDataUnit(3) NAME AppDataUnit - In more»
ApplicationHandler(3) ApplicationHandler(3) NAME ApplicationHandl more»
ConflictHandler(3) ConflictHandler(3) NAME ConflictHandler more»
ConflictHandler::ConfConflictHandler::ConflictingTransportAddress(3) NAME ConflictHandler: more»