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    b3ck commented  · 

    @darthclide gotcha.. so can you expand on your question better?

    "I tried asking on belabox discord, but so far no bites on my request for a walkthrough on how to set up bonded SRT between a raspberry pi 4 and OBS Studio running on a Windows 10 computer."

    Because from what I see here you are asking to use a Raspberry Pi 4 to bond SRT and send it to OBS Studio.. and the only way I know is to use SRTLA.. so I figured you were talking about audio/video.. my bad..

    You can also use belabox with a phone if you plan to use more than 3 connections it has a built-in RTMP Server that you can use as a source to use with SRTLA to send to the cloud/hosted server.. (vs using IRL Pro)

    Using your phone for streaming is going to suck the battery, you'll maybe get 1-2 hours depending on if you are using IRL Pro to bond connections or not.. so you're going to need some type of power source to extend past that timeframe.. unless you plan to stream for that short of a period.. then you'll be okay..

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    b3ck commented  · 

    @darthclide A walkthrough? SRTLA is just apart of the belabox software, which runs on the Nvidia Jetson Nano and now more recently a few rk3588 boards, checkout: https://belabox.net/rk3588 for more info on that, the board has to be able to encode H.265 (HEVC), can the Raspberry Pi 4 do that?, there is also an Open-Source Github Repository for SRTLA which you can build a receiver from, check that out here: https://github.com/BELABOX/srtla.

    I would assume that it won't work on the Raspberry Pi 4 otherwise Rational would've already made the belabox software for that board.

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    b3ck commented  · 

    @darthclide please keep in mind that SRTLA is an audio/video protocol, it allows you to wrap audio/video with pretty much any codec, not an "all traffic" bonding solution like "openmptcprouter".

    RE:Not to mention the clunkiness of requiring a usb cable plugged into your phone 24/7; how will you charge your phone for those 24/7 streams?

    Also you can have everything in a small hydration backpack.. or satchel, or fanny pack and use a 6FT USB Type-C Extension Cable, see example here; https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/583911490789310464/1150469582260281499/20230901_111045.jpg

    Using the USB Hub like in the example above only adds on (1) Connection, without all of that you will still be able to use (2) Connections SIM and WiFi.

    And yes I hear you it would be nice to be able to bond all carriers in the US on one device which would support all TCP and UDP traffic and provide (1) single hotspot that your phone could connect to.. but so far that device doesn't exist.. and that's why there is IRL Pro.. it's better than a single SIM phone stream.

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    b3ck commented  · 

    If you're an Android IRL Streamer; use IRL Pro, you can bond 3 connections (SIM, Wi-Fi, USB/Ethernet using a hub with pass-through charging.. that means if you're in the USA you can have all of the major networks (TMO, ATT and VZN)..

    And if you don't want to use OBS or a 3rd party cloud service you can even bond these connections "straight" to Twitch.. Technically it goes to IRLToolKit over SRTLA(H.265), then to Twitch via RTMP(H.264).

    What is SRTLA? It stands for Secure Reliable Transport Link Aggregation;
    SRT transport proxy with link aggregation for connection bonding.. It splits the audio/video feed over however many connections you have to a server which then combines them and sends it to its final destination whether it be an SRT server or create a custom route to an RTMP ingest.

    Helpful IRL Streamer Links:
    IRL Pro: https://irlpro.app
    SRTLA: https://github.com/BELABOX/srtla
    Stream Buddy: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=stream+buddy&c=apps
    NOALBS: https://github.com/NOALBS/nginx-obs-automatic-low-bitrate-switching

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    b3ck commented  · 

    With IRL being so popular IRL broadcasters are bound to run into data or technical issues while streaming out and about, it would be nice if at the end of the day the broadcaster could combine all of the VODs for the day if they had issues.

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