Adaptive Bitrate Streaming
Adaptive bitrate streaming is a technique for streaming video over the Internet and to mobile networks. Adaptive bitrate streaming measures the real-time bandwidth and CPU capacity of each streaming device and adapts video quality accordingly.
Adaptive bitrate streaming requires a video encoder which can encode a single stream at multiple or variable bitrates. A streaming client switches or adapts the encoded video quality depending on its available bandwidth and CPU capacity, to deliver a good experience for every fixed or mobile network and device.
AnyConnect Adaptive Bitrate Streaming encodes video from a connected camera with multiple and variable bitrates in HD base and 4K UHD enhancement layers. Mobile apps adapt video quality based on their available network and CPU capacity.
Combined with AnyConnect Instant Connections, AnyConnect’s Adaptive Bitrate Streaming delivers instant streaming between connected cameras and mobile apps.
AnyConnect’s Adaptive Bitrate Streaming supports one-to-many streaming with multiple and variable bitrates.