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Tellyo Joins the SRT Alliance

Tellyo, leading developers of a cloud-based live video production suite, today announced that it has joined the SRT Alliance, the collaborative community of industry leaders and developers striving to achieve lower latency Internet video transport through
London(9/9/2019) -

Tellyo, leading developers of a cloud-based live video production suite, today announced that it has joined the SRT Alliance, the collaborative community of industry leaders and developers striving to achieve lower latency Internet video transport through the continuous improvement of the open-source SRT (Secure Reliable Transport). Tellyo has added full SRT support to its platform. 

Tellyo will demonstrate its new platform features at the IBC Conference in Amsterdam, from Friday, September 13th through Tuesday, September 17th at the RAI Convention Center, in Stand #14.B15.  

Tellyo joins more than 250 companies, including Microsoft, Avid, Comcast, EBU/Eurovision, MediaKind, Brightcove, Wowza, and Kaltura, who have shown their support of the SRT Open Source video streaming standard. For a current list of SRT Alliance members, visit srtalliance.org/members.

“Tellyo supports all major industry protocols, including RTMP, HLS, RTMPS, and RTSP, and we have now fully added SRT support to further complement our platform’s range of broadcast-quality inputs,” said Richard Collins, CEO of Tellyo. “We are pleased to be part of such a strong industry effort to improve broadcast video quality over the Internet.”

SRT is an open source protocol, developed by Haivision, which enables broadcasters and streamers to deliver high-quality, low-latency streams across the public Internet. SRT has clearly become the de facto low-latency video streaming standard in the broadcast and streaming industries.       

Tellyo Stream Studio enables users to vision mix, enhance streams and interactive graphics, overlays and social commentary and create bespoke broadcasts for digital and social channels. Tellyo enables livestreaming of broadcasts to multiple destinations at the same time and create near real-time edits - and publish them to all channels in the middle of social spikes. Adaptive bit rate, advance scheduling, and post-stream announcements are all part of the Tellyo package, which seamlessly integrates with Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram and stream to other destinations via RTMP.

With Tellyo, users can clip key moments from events in real-time, edit and enhance videos with branded overlays, bumpers, wipes, interactive graphics and effects. The Tellyo montage function enables you to rapidly produce highlight reels from events, and users can mix content from multiple sources (livestreams, past streams, clips already created and videos uploaded to the Tellyo platform). Tellyo Pro's auto clip-to-post feature enables editors to fully automate clip creation, social messaging and social posting.

ABOUT TELLYO

Tellyo delivers a live video editing and streaming production suite for broadcast-quality distribution. Tellyo employs proprietary technology to deliver highly efficient and cost-effective solutions for professional video producers, and supports a wide range of standards and industry protocols. For more information, visit the company web site at http://www.tellyo.com.

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