The Video-Aware, Ultra-Low Latency Streaming Protocol
What is ART?
ART (Adaptive Reliable Transport) is a streaming protocol that delivers secure, ultra low latency (ULL), broadcast-quality audio and video over the Internet. The protocol was jointly developed by Teradek and Amimon using the same methodology behind Teradek’s Emmy and Academy Award-winning Bolt wireless video system.
Why does ART matter?
ART overcomes the challenges of streaming over lossy public networks, namely video pixelation, stuttering, freezing, sync loss, delays, and total dropouts; all whilst retaining ultra low latency.
It is the only protocol that optimizes for both video quality and network characteristics simultaneously, delivering the best possible streaming experience despite network performance.
How is ART different from SRT?
Unlike SRT, ART does not require retransmissions. Instead, ART relies on a combination of patented techniques
and Forward Error Correction to retain its ultra low latency despite poor network conditions.
How is ART used?
ART currently supports: