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multimedia RTSP streaming tools

The streaming media code is a set of C++ libraries for multimedia streaming, using open standard protocols (RTP/RTCP, RTSP, SIP). These libraries can be used to build applications to stream, receive and process MPEG, H.263+ or JPEG video, several audio codecs, and can easily be extended to support additional codecs. They can also be used to build basic RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) or SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) clients and servers.

This package contains the streaming server (live555MediaServer), the example programs (openRTSP, playSIP, sapWatch, vobStreamer) and a variety of test tools.

Package version:2010.04.09-1


For documentation and instructions for building this software,
see <>


liblivemedia (2010.04.09-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  Note that the license of this package has changed from LGPL to GPL. This
  change is effective since liblivemedia 2008.07.25-1.

  If you need to build and distribute non-GPL'd application with liblivemedia
  you need to recompile this package without
  debian/patches/022_safe_setlocale.diff. But you will loose thread safety.

 -- Christophe 


liblivemedia (2010.04.09-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 2010.04.09
  * Correctly document that we use a GPL'd patch and so the package is
    GPL'd (Closes: #578161)
  * Explain the license change in NEWS
  * Set urgency to medium as it closes a RC bug
  * Refresh patches

 -- Christophe Mutricy <>  Thu, 22 Apr 2010 12:21:42 +0200

liblivemedia (2010.02.10


- Fixed a bug in the way that "AMRAudioRTPSource" reimplements "hasBeenSynchronizedUsing


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Mon,  9 Feb 2004 22:31:50 +010

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