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My project, Managed Media Aggregation, does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudionaudio or bassbass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

MMA uses the Apache License 2.0.

My project, Managed Media Aggregation, does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

MMA uses the Apache License 2.0.

My project, Managed Media Aggregation, does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

MMA uses the Apache License 2.0.

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My project,

http://net7mma.codeplex.com

DoesManaged Media Aggregation, does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

MMA uses the Apache License 2.0.

My project,

http://net7mma.codeplex.com

Does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

My project, Managed Media Aggregation, does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

MMA uses the Apache License 2.0.

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My project,

http://net7mma.codeplex.com

Does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

My project,

http://net7mma.codeplex.com

Does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

My project,

http://net7mma.codeplex.com

Does everything you need with rtp and rtsp, it includes a client and server which are both efficient and standards compliant.

The server supports over 1000 clients without any issue and memory usage is rarely above 150 mb even with those clients consuming media.

The solution also has some codec implementations but only really Jpeg is completely supported at this time although there are useful tools for just about every documented codec and container format including h264 and mpeg.

Playing and decoding as well as encoding will be supported soon.

You can get the sip stuff from sipsorcery.codeplex.com

If you need the codecs now then:

Audio Transcoding can be achieved either using naudio or bass.

Video is going be your problem domain but I'm not sure if that is an aspect to your project.

Net cost here is only your time or what you donate.

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