Ceeblue Releases Media Fabric v1.8.1 with New Features and Enhancements

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Ceeblue Releases Media Fabric v1.8.1 with New Features and Enhancements

Ceeblue has once again advanced the capabilities of its Media Fabric with the release of version 1.8.1. The new features and enhancements in this update brings several significant enhancements and changes that promise to improve user experience and expand the platform’s utility. In this comprehensive review, we’ll delve into the key updates listed in the v1.8.1 changelog and explore their implications for users and developers alike.

What’s New in v1.8.1?

New Features and Enhancements

  1. Metrics for WebRTC and SRT: The introduction of improved ingest metrics for WebRTC and SRT is a significant upgrade for users who want to make sure that their real-time streaming is always of the highest quality. These metrics provide vital data on the performance and health of the streaming inputs, enabling more effective monitoring and troubleshooting. With real-time metrics, users can ensure high-quality streaming experiences by quickly identifying and resolving issues.
  1. Support for fMP4 Format: The latest update introduces support for fragmented MP4 (fMP4) format recordings, compatible with the H.264 and AAC codecs. This is in addition to the current format, MKV. Both of these formats are well-suited for the requirements involved in the recording of live streams.
  1. GSLB (Beta) with Persistent Ingest for All Protocols: The beta release of Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) with support for persistent ingest across all protocols marks a critical upgrade. This service allows customers to generate persistent endpoints that dynamically load balance, regardless of the location of the broadcaster and the conditions of the network at any given time.

    It consists of just one new API call, requiring minimal resources to integrate.
  1. API Enhancement for Input Filtering by Captions: The API now includes the capability to filter inputs by captions, which is useful for retrieving media based on specific caption content, in particular for our larger customers with large numbers of concurrent streams. This filtering can now be accessed via: 
GET /v1/inputs?caption={string}


  • TURN Server Default Credentials Update: The update has standardized the default TURN account credentials for both the username and password, although previous credentials remain valid. This change simplifies the configuration process for new users.

Implications and Insights

The updates in v1.8.1 are not just incremental; they provide foundational improvements that enhance the platform’s scalability, efficiency, and user-friendliness. The support for fMP4 and the introduction of metrics for WebRTC and SRT are particularly impactful, as they address core needs of streaming media producers.

Final Thoughts

Ceeblue’s Media Fabric v1.8.1 is the result of the company’s ongoing commitment to innovation and support for the evolving needs of media producers and broadcasters. By continuously refining and expanding its features, Ceeblue not only keeps pace with the industry’s demands but also anticipates future trends and prepares its users to meet them effectively.

For existing users, this update will likely enhance their ability to manage and deliver high-quality streaming content. For potential new users, the added features and enhancements make Ceeblue’s Media Fabric an increasingly attractive option in a competitive market.


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