(Update February 2012) The beta programs are canceled and this project is now open sourced on GitHub.
We are looking at ways to incorporate streamX and StreamPad into our forthcoming line of products. Both players will eventually be getting a new interface format. That format will likely be our GIP , general interapp protocol which would allow the players to be used in traditionional client / server operations as it is now and also in the in-car PAN vehicle networks which are starting to appear.
The code for streamPad and streamX is released undler an Mit license but it does use ffmpeg which is under a gpl license, which means any application using ffmpeg must be open source and have the ffmpeg modifications freely available.
StreamPad and StreamX are hosted on github
Both players are based on an earlier work called webstreamX which is hosted on Google code, webstreamX is an original work of mooncatventures, ffmpeg4iphone is port of ffmpeg4iphone, mooncatventures has heavily commited work to getting the project working but does not own the project.
mooncatventures patches to ffmpeg are included in the file universal.zip
StreamX has been updated for IOS 5
StreamPad is a derivative of StreamX , it has not been converted to IOS 5 but should work with IOS 4.
webstreamX is no longer supported but should with some changes work with at least ios 4 and possibly ios 5.
The best way to keep up with developments on this project is to join our applications development group on our facebook page.
This is an invitation only group, the best way to get our attention is to send us a friend request.
This is the usecase workflow for Streams Beta 4 running on an Ipad.