What is an RTSP server? How to set it up?

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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP), developed by the IETF in 1998 and described in RFC 2326, is an application protocol designed for use in multimedia systems and allowing the client to remotely control data flow from the server, providing the ability to execute commands, such as “Start”, “Stop”, as well as access to files located on the server in time. RTSP does not perform compression, nor does it define the encapsulation method of multimedia data and transport protocols. Streaming data transmission itself is not part of the RTSP protocol. Most RTSP servers use a standard real-time transport protocol that transmits audio and video data.

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