Paper Key : IRJ************510
Author: Imran Khan
Date Published: 04 Nov 2022
Streaming technologies are becoming more and more popular with the inventions of new internet technologies. Streaming technology provides multimedia data to clients on the Internet. Transmission of multimedia content is achieved in real-time over the internet using current Streaming Technologies. Few of the existing video streaming technologies include CDN, VoD, Web based distribution, P2P systems, and Live streaming. Currently peer to peer live streaming is running or PCs or mobile devices which is slow as well as energy consuming. Energy is a big issue because we must keep on the system all the time. Its ideal to have a dedicated machine for your Live Streaming, so you can use it anywhere any time. But it is energy intensive to leave a full rig powered up and online that often. For solving these issues, we are entering the Raspberry PI. Raspberry PI is an inexpensive hardware platform that generates little heat, draws little power, and can run silently 24 hours a day without having to think about it. By implementing peer to peer live streaming on Raspberry PI we will have a dedicated small chip which can be integrated in devices easily. We can implement this technology in cars and many other places where we cant use PCs and keep them on all the time, then Raspberry PI is a better option because of its low cost and small size. In this paper P2P live Streaming will be implemented on Raspberry PI 3. Peer-to-peer (P2P) live video streaming systems distribute live video streams among very large set of users. P2P technology makes possible the direct data exchange and interaction among participating peers by eliminating a central server, which forms the basis for decentralized distribution environment and brings robustness in case of system failure. All nodes contribute to the resources in a P2P system. Due to vast features of Raspberry PI 3 like speed, we will implement live streaming on Raspberry PI to take advantages of P2P with an energy efficient system. Raspberry PI 3 provides Quad-core 64-bit ARM 1.2 GHz CPU, GPU 400MHz, Video Core IV multimedia, 1GB RAM with 40 GPIO ports which will make it easy to capture videos.
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