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Amazon IVS Low-Latency Streaming now supports SRT ingest



Starting today, you can use the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol to broadcast to your Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS) channels. This new protocol, in addition to RTMPS, expands options for live streaming and helps to maintain video quality when sent across varying network conditions. SRT is a modern protocol designed to improve streaming over unreliable networks and protect against jitter, packet loss, and network bandwidth fluctuations, to make streams more stable. For viewers, this results in a higher quality viewing experience with less buffering. [Amazon IVS]( is a managed live streaming solution that is designed to be quick and easy to set up, and ideal for creating interactive video experiences. Video ingest and delivery are available around the world over a managed network of infrastructure optimized for live video. Visit the [AWS region table]( for a full list of AWS Regions where the Amazon IVS console and APIs for control and creation of video streams are available. To get started, please refer to: [Streaming with OBS Studio using SRT](