Livue Source and H264 Library

June 25th, 2011 § 4 comments

I am now licensing the H264 library and the source code for Livu.

The H264 library allows you to stream an AVC bitstream out to a server. It delivers NAL units to your code along with the sampled time stamps. This allows you to sync it with an audio stream. For example an AAC stream from CoreAudio. The library uses the native hardware on the iOS device. Thus it is power efficient. The Livu Source code includes a license to the H264 library. For the most part the source provides documentation on how to use the library along with an AAC stream.

If you are familiar with streaming media then the library is your best bet. If not then the Livu source would help you get video streaming into your app as quickly as possible.

§ 4 Responses to Livue Source and H264 Library"

  • Vladimir says:


    I have idea to send stream from camera of iOS devise to server.
    Didn’t work with video as programmer at all.
    Could you support me some useful links or advices?

    Thanks in advance!

  • Vladimir says:

    Steve, thanks a lot. I’ve investigated AVFoundation superficially. As I understood I need to use delegate method

    - (void)captureOutput:(AVCaptureOutput *)captureOutput
    fromConnection:(AVCaptureConnection *)connection

    after that to code frame from sampleBuffer to H.264 format and send to server as.

    Is there some libraries to convert image to H.264 format for iOS?

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