SRT Hits a Momentous Milestone as Adoption of the Open Source Protocol Skyrockets

As the pioneer and original developer of the SRT protocol and the founding member of the SRT Alliance which was formed when SRT went open source, the team at Haivision is immensely proud of a recent milestone that the Alliance has reached. The SRT Alliance now counts more than 400 member organizations with the most recent including industry big hitters; Grass Valley, Evertz, Xilinx, and Primestream. You can read more about what these companies are saying about SRT here.

SRT Adoption Skyrockets

There’s no doubt about it, SRT is changing the way that companies work. And amid the Coronavirus pandemic, SRT is proving to be more critical than ever, providing broadcasters with the security and confidence required to power their remote, at-home workflows. SRT has been a critical component to their success, connecting remote employees and broadcast centers with live interviews, and enabling at-home contribution, and production monitoring.

SRT: The Simple Solution for Your Remote and At-Home Workforce

Watch video experts from Haivision and LIve X to discover why SRT has become an integral part of remote workflows, connecting remote employees and broadcast centers with live interviews, at-home contribution, and production monitoring.

SRT Alliance: An Active and Engaged Community

Founded just three years ago at NAB, the SRT Alliance has rapidly expanded and counts among its member organizations from all over the world including broadcast solution providers, video streaming technology developers and vendors as well as live event production companies An important goal of the SRT Alliance is to make new features available to the open source community. Community-contributed open source SRT functionality is available to any developer and new developments by SRT Alliance members will migrate back into open source SRT on a regular basis.

In a testament to the SRT Alliance member’s cross-industry collaborative efforts, the SRT Plugfest event earlier this year, allowed developers to put their respective technologies through their paces with a series of interoperability tests between vendors around the world.

SRT Trailblazers

Today, SRT is used by thousands of organizations globally in a wide range of industry applications, from IP cameras, video encoders and decoders to gateways, OTT platforms, and CDNs. SRT has also been adopted by leading industry open source technologies including VLC by VideoLAN, GStreamer, Wireshark, FFmpeg, Libav, and most recently, OBS Studio. In addition, SRT is being used and endorsed by industry heavyweights across the globe such as Microsoft, Avid, and Telestream to name a few.

To read more about how these organizations are harnessing the benefits of SRT, read our SRT Trailblazer posts. You can also watch our ongoing SRT Tuesday Webinar Series. Featuring SRT Trailblazers such as the NFL, Comcast, Eurovision, and Live X, these webinars take a deep dive into the latest innovations using the SRT open source protocol.

Useful SRT Resources

New to SRT? Want to find out more about it, how it’s being leveraged, and more information on how it works? From webinars, whitepapers and technical guides, to user stories, and blog posts, there are lots of useful resources available both on and the Here’s a great place to start: The Ultimate SRT FAQ.

SRT 2020 Vision

Hosted by the SRT Alliance, and sponsored by Microsoft and Haivision, the SRT 2020 Vision webinar gives updates on the latest SRT developments and technology roadmap.

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