Provided by: cubemap_1.0.4-1_amd64
cubemap - scalable video reflector, designed to be used with VLC
cubemap [options] [FILE]
cubemap is a high-performance, high-availability video reflector, specifically made for use with VLC. · High-performance, through a design with multiple worker threads, epoll and sendfile (yes, sendfile); a 2GHz quadcore can saturate 10 gigabit Ethernet, given a modern kernel, a modern NIC and the right kernel tuning. · High-availability. You can change any part of the configuration (and even upgrade to a newer version of Cubemap) by changing cubemap.config and sending a SIGHUP; all clients will continue as if nothing had happened (unless you delete the stream they are watching, of course). Cubemap also survives the encoder dying and reconnecting. · Per-stream fwmark support, for TCP pacing through tc (separate config needed). · Support for setting max pacing rate through the fq packet scheduler (obsoletes the previous point, but depends on Linux 3.13 or newer). · Reflects anything VLC can reflect over HTTP, even the muxes VLC has problems reflecting itself (in particular, FLV). · IPv4 support. Yes, Cubemap even supports (some) legacy protocols.
--test-config, -t tests the config and exits FILE configuration file (defaults to cubemap.config in the current directory)
cubemap was written by Steinar H. Gunderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
cubemap is licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2.