Firefox 52 disables NPAPI plugins support

In the newly released Firefox 52, all plugins built on the old NPAPI technology are disabled by default, except for Flash, which Mozilla plans to support for a few more versions.

NPAPI stands for Netscape Plugins API and is used by the nanoStream Web Browser Plugin for live encoding with H264/AAC/RTMP.

You can still proceed using plugins with a configuration option.

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Tele Health Apps with nanoStream WebRTC.live

With the help of nanoStream’s WebRTC.live video collaboration software, tele health enterprises connect patients and doctors in live video consultations.

Virtual medical consultations reach their limits when patients need the physical examination of medical personnel. But they are a necessary technical improvement for patients who are living in remote areas, have chronic illnesses or are seeking a second medical opinion.

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What is nanoStream WebRTC.live?

Setting up secure online meetings at a distance or streaming live events to thousands of worldwide viewers:

nanoStream WebRTC.live makes it very easy to create custom live video communication and interactive live streaming applications with low latency.

In combination with the nanoStream H5Live Player, nanoStream WebRTC.live offers a seamless user experience for plugin-free live video encoding and broadcast from the browser.

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Setting up nanoStream WebRTC for Live Video Broadcast

Setting up your own live WebRTC video broadcast and chat solution is easy with nanoStream.

Live Streaming made easy!WebRTC peer-to-peer video communication with nanoStream

WebRTC enables plugin-free video communication through the browser.

nanoStream WebRTC.live supports 2 modes:

  1. Live Video Broadcast to live streaming audiences (RTMP/HLS/H5Live)
  2. Video Chat / Conferencing  (Peer-to-peer)

Based on an HTML/Javascript client running in WebRTC compatible browsers (e.g. Google Chrome), it seamlessly connects to nanoStream Cloud to stream to large audiences. You can also integrate any other RTMP streaming server.

Live Video Broadcast can be as simple as a single click on a browser button!

Low latency and adaptive bitrate improvements have been incorporated. nanoStream WebRTC is currently available for Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera. H264 support for transcoding and passthrough streaming is starting with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Read our new nanoStream WebRTC Setup Guide:

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