You can definitely have multiple simultaneous streams, simultaneously.
Different SDP files is definitely necessary, but also make sure that you're
using different ports in the Network tab in Broadcaster.
You may only broadcast one stream from a computer, but the server can
receive and reflect multiple streams at once.
Each stream can also be broken apart and manipulated separately. It's
possible to stream an event in full audio and video and have separate out
the audio stream so people with low-bandwidth connections can get an
audio-only transmission. Again, this is a matter of having different SDP
Systems Designer / Developer
Media Production Group
Learning and Instructional Development Centre
Simon Fraser University
> We are running full version of the Streaming Server (not Darwin) and in
> test we have found that it is possible to multicast two simultaneous
> streams (different .sdp files) even though the mount point on the server
> 'Broadcaster' interface can only accommodate one. I was under the
> impression that this could not be done. Has anyone else experimented with
> multiple live streams from a single streaming server?
> Juan M. Parada
> Adjunct Assistant
> Communications Dept.
> The University of the Arts
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