Welcome to rtsp.org!
Our mission with rtsp.org and RTSP is to develop a framework for
interoperable streaming media. RTSP is the Real Time Streaming Protocol,
which serves as a control protocol, and as a jumping off point for
negotiating transports, such as RTP, multicast and unicast, and negotiating
codecs off of servers in a file format independent way. RTSP is the
beginning for end-to-end interoperability; we hope rtsp.org facilitates
bringing the other pieces in to place.
Central to the goal of rtsp.org is to serve the need for a central
repository for RTSP initiatives and innovation enabled with this standard,
including open source RTSP projects. We look forward to reading your
comments for making this a better place for the Internet community.
New RTSP draft (draft-06)
(February 16, 2004)
A new revision of RTSP is available (draft-ietf-mmusic-rfc2326bis-06).
See the specifications page for more details.
New RTSP draft (draft-05)
(October 30, 2003)
A new revision of RTSP is available (draft-ietf-mmusic-rfc2326bis-05). See the specifications page for more details. Versions in textand ps are available.
RTSP conntrack/nat module for Linux's netfilter
(April 8, 2003)
Tom Marshall writes: "I've written an RTSP conntrack/nat module for Linux's
netfilter. Please see [this link] for more information,
including the download link. I would appreciate as much testing and
feedback as possible.� Thanks."
New RTSP draft (draft-03)
(March 2, 2003)
Another revised draft of RTSP is available (draft-ietf-mmusic-rfc2326bis-03). See the specifications page for more details. Versions in text, pdf, and ps are available, as well as a diff from the previous version.
Once again, Magnus Westerlund did a lot of work on this (with regular input from RTSP telecon participants, but there's still a number of issues to be resolved. Please send feedback to the MMUSIC alias.
IETF 56 Meeting in San Francisco, CA, USA
(March 02, 2003)
The 56th meeting of the IETF is happening in San Francisco, CA, USA.
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