Streama is a cross-platform free/ Libre (Open-source) media service that provides a powerful alternative solution for commercial expensive media servers.
Comparing to other open-source media servers, Streama is easier to install and use, features-rich, and runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS.
- Beautiful design
- Rich responsive video player
- Easy to configure (on-file config)
- Built-in media player
- Live synchronizing option
- Media management
- Movie/ TV series meta-data
- Admin panel
- Episode browser
- Video uploading support
- Batch file operations (upload, create, delete, update)
- File browser
- Multi-user support
- FreeNAS support
- Multiple storage mount
- Support multiple database H2, MySQL and PostgresSQL
Install Streama streaming server on Linux
Here is a detailed video tutorial of how to install Streama on Linux CentOS 7, It may look old but it'll come in handy
The project uses Java: Grails 3, SpringSecurity (login), AngularJS for frontend and Twitter Bootstrap CSS framework.
Streama is built with Java and requires Java 8 to be installed, as it may not work with Java 7 or Java 10.
Streama requires TheMovieDB API registration which is free and uses it to retrieve movies, show and episodes information
Streama is released under MIT license