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HTTP Live Streaming uses a conventional web server to distribute audiovisual content and requires specific software to fit into the proper format transmission in real time. The service architecture comprises:
Codify and High Life encapsulate the input video flow in a proper format for the delivery. Then it is prepared for distribution by segmenting it into different files. In the process of intake, the High Life video is encoded and segmented to generate video fragments and index file.
Encoder: codify video files in H.264 format and audio in AAC, MP3, AC-3 or EC-3. This is encapsulated by High Life MPEG-2 Transport Stream to carry it.
Segmenter: divides the MPEG-2 TS file into fragments of equal length, kept as .ts files. It also creates an index file that contains references of High Life the fragmented files, saved as .m3u8.
Formed by a standard web server, accepts requests from clients and delivers all the resources (.m3u8 playlist file and .ts segment files) needed for streaming.
Request High Life and download all the files and resources, assembling them so
that they can be presented to the user as a continuous flow video. The client software downloads first the index High Life file through a URL and then the several media files High Life