NetroMedia is pleased to anounce thet StreamTest.net is ready for a public BETA test.
How does it work?
StreamTest.net is an easy to use streaming media utility for broadcasters and viewers alike. Broadcasters use it to simulate and measure their audience’s streaming experience from around the globe. Viewers can use it to troubleshoot problems with their favorite streaming video. StreamTest.com was created by the same folks that run NetroMedia.com, a global CDN. Using the latest cloud scaling technologies along with over a decade of streaming media experience StreamTest.com is the perfect stream testing tool.
- Step 1.Copy and Paste the URL into test bar on the home page
- Step 2.Select the simulated users you want to test your stream (over 5 users and you must upgrade to paid account)
- Step 3.Launch the test!
- (larger tests require paid accounts)
What does it do?
It creates simulated users that connect to actual streams and measure the quality and provide a lot of feedback.
Who is it for?
Broadcasters and viewers (audience members). Anyone with an audio or video player on their website. Anyone that uses an audio or video player to stream media.
What does it solve?
Is it me or them? Is it my bandwidth connection or theirs? StreamTest.net helps broadcasters and viewers alike understand the conditions of their streaming experience. Good or Bad. StreamTest.com reports in transparent fashion the common streaming problems experienced by both broadcaster and audience.
- Do I have the capacity for my live event tomorrow?
- Will my stream be limited in any geographic location
- Has my service provider allocated enough bandwidth for my stream
- Is my service provider meeting their distribution obligations
What does it work with?
Anything. It's 100% REST based and there are convertor methods which easily integrate with all the major monitoring systems
Who built this?
NetroMedia Streaming Services, a veteran CDN, is the incubator for this very exciting start up company. Under the leadership of NetroMedia Founder and CTO, Matthew Carson, NetroMedia developers took all the tools and technology developed since 2000 and rolled them into a simple REST based website. This API driven development and (user interface) UI process allows anyone to use this leading edge, streaming industry technology.