rtspd - RTSP streaming media server
rtspd [-s serverroot] [-r documentroot] [-d category [-o tracefile]] [-X] [-p port] [-v] [-H ipv6_hostname]
Binary and source "beta" distribution are available. The code runs on Solaris, FreeBSD 3.x, Linux, Windows NT, with other Unix platforms available upon request.
rtspd is a RTSP streaming media server.
- RTSP (RFC 2326) implementation
- playback and recording of G711 Mu law (.au files);
- can deliver data to unicast address;
- Sun .au files;
- portable across Unix and Windows NT;
- Works with Apple QuickTime client;
- Supports IPv4 and IPv6 for RTSP signaling messages;
- random positioning in stream;
- deliver data to multicast addresses;
- wav and Apple QuickTime files;
- -s serverroot
- Defines the location of the server configuration files, typically "."; mime.types should be present in this directory. Default is currect directory.
- -r documentroot
- The path name of the document root. All the RTSP documents are accessed with this as the top level directory. For example, if this is set to /usr/local/rtsp then rtsp://<server-address>/abc.au represent the file /usr/local/rtsp/abc.au.
- -d category
- Makes the server print out debugging information to stdout for the particular category. Currently supported categories are all, sql, net, sdp, misc. The option can be repeated to allow debugging multiple categories
- -o tracefile
- Debugging information is printed out to the specified tracefile.
- Run in single-process mode, for internal debugging purposes only; the daemon does not detach from the terminal.
- -p port
- Overrides the default port.
- Print out the version information and exit.
- -H ipv6_hostname
- This optional paramater is used to specify the IPv6 host name if different from normal IPv4 hostname.
Henning Schulzrinne, Kundan Singh, and Jonathan Lennox at Columbia University, Department of Computer Science
Copyright 1998-2002 by Columbia University; all rights reserved
Last updated by Henning Schulzrinne