What is RTSP?
RTSP stands for Real-Time Streaming Protocol. It is a network control protocol that is used for controlling streaming media servers. RTSP allows for the delivery of audio and video streams over IP networks, and it enables the delivery of on-demand and live media. It is commonly used for streaming video content over the internet, and it supports a range of codecs and file formats. RTSP uses TCP or UDP as the transport protocol and is widely supported by media player software, web browsers, and other applications that handle streaming media.
RTSP and mimoLive
You can use the FFmpeg source to ingest RTSP video streams into mimoLive.
Add an FFmpeg source and enter the URL for the RTSP stream adding parameter
-i to tell FFmpeg that it is an input:
There are some public streams available. For example, you can enter
-i rtsp://wowzaec2demo.streamlock.net/vod/mp4:BigBuckBunny_115k.mp4 into the FFmpeg Input Parameter field for testing.