Category Archives: CDN Streaming

Streaming Media
25 Jun 2015
A pseudo streaming is the transfer of digital media files from a server to a client, typically using the HTTP protocol when initiated from a computer. The consumer may begin playback of the media before the download is complete. The key difference between true streaming and pseudo streaming is in how the digital media data is received and stored by the end user device that is accessing the digital media. Read in our CDN knowledge base about pseudo streaming Differences between [...]
Video On Demand CDN
20 Mar 2015
Video on demand (VOD) is the system of individual delivery of video and audio content to customers. TV programs, films or other content operating VOD can be delivered from the multimedia server through a digital cable, satellite or terrestrial television network. Content can be packed in various multimedia containers, such as MPEG, MKV, FLV, AVI or QuickTime. Film or other content can be ordered in any time which gives huge benefit to a user. Order carried out with a [...]
Streaming Media
18 Mar 2015
Looking for a great HTML5 player? Good news! We have extended our player generator and our CDN knowledge base by a famous HTML5 player Flowplayer. Please refer here for a Flowplayer CDN integration. Looking for streaming of video files as if they were live streams? Good news! We have extended our knowledge base by a great streaming tool FFmpeg. Please refer here for a FFmpeg integration with our CDN Live services. Sincerely your CDNsun team.
16 Mar 2015
Streaming media is a type of a live broadcast. Live broadcast includes live radio, live television, Internet radio and television, live blogging and streaming media. With streaming media user constantly receives content through the Internet from the streaming provider. Verb ‘to stream’ here characterizes the process and the method of a content delivery. Streaming media is the video and audio content that is received constantly. The main advantage and main idea of the streaming media is that a client [...]
Multi-bitrate streaming
02 Mar 2015
Multi-bitrate streaming is becoming a standard these days and it makes perfect sense because connection to the Internet differs from viewer to viewer significantly. So if you want to have as much viewers as possible then you should consider multi-bitrate streaming to be able to provide smooth streams to everyone. Multi-bitrate feature enables your viewers to change stream bitrate using player's menu. So viewers with saturated connection can switch to lower quality and viewers with good connection can enjoy [...]
Generate Playet
11 Sep 2014
For easier integration of streaming CDN content into your website we have developed an embed player generator. It can generate an embed JavaScript code for both the JW Player and the CDNsun Media Wrapper. Other players will be supported shortly. Fill in your stream name or video name, click on the generate player button and that's all! Sincerely your CDNsun team.
RTMP streaming
12 Aug 2014
CDNsun meets all your online video streaming demands through unparalleled video CDN software to bring to you a live streaming experience unlike any other. With other mediums close to fossilization, we understand and congratulate the growing need for high speed internet. Anything that is progressive deserves to be complemented with technology that has been meticulously designed for a better user experience and more energy efficient speed maximization, and that’s why CDNsun succeeds with its state of the art CDN [...]
Customize Your Streaming URLs
04 Jul 2014
As you probably know we publish our CDN streams over the most common protocols like RTMP, RTMPE, RTSP, HLS, HDS, Microsoft Smooth Streaming and MPEG-TS. We recommend to access those URLs via our HTTP redirector at To view your CDN RTMP stream mystream it is recommended to use the following HTTP URL. Please refer to Services/How-To in the CDNsun UI for more details. Our HTTP redirector at will point the player to a CDN RTMP URL similar to the following. rtmp:// To view [...]
Streaming Media
03 Jul 2014
As an input for CDN streaming we support the following protocols and formats. Live streaming - live stream published over RTMP protocol and encoded with h.264 video codec and AAC or MP3 audio codec. Video on demand - MP4 and FLV video files encoded with h.264 video codec and AAC or MP3 audio codec. As an accelerated CDN output we support the most common protocols. Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) - for Android, Blackberry and other smartphones. Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP/RTMPE) - for [...]