stream into (something or some place)

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stream into (something or some place)

1. To run, flow, or pour into something or some place. Water streamed into the boat through the crack in the hull. She opened a window to let some cold air stream into the house.
2. To move into something or some place in a large mass or amount like a stream of liquid. People have been streaming into the store all day long in order to get their book signed by the famous author. Countless flies streamed into the room, attracted to the stench of rotting meat.
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In addition, advanced settings let you create custom transcoding workflows, receive live streams into selected Wowza Streaming Cloud content delivery network (CDN) sources, and deliver streams to multiple RTMP target destinations, offering the control and scalability required for large-scale, professional deployments.
The AdaptiveSTB is located between the wired network and the wireless network and converts complex hierarchical scalable streams into scalable streams consisting of layers with low dependency.
There have been many efforts to classify streams into categories that allow a stream in one location to be referenced against or compared to a stream in another location.
Participating foundries segregate their non-hazardous residual waste streams into 20- or 26-cubic-yard rolloff boxes supplied by RRC.
Past thundering cascades, beyond pools shaded by oaks and stately Douglas-firs, the state's most lucrative natural resource streams into a series of government-owned reservoirs, channels, and pipes bound for spigots hundreds of miles from its source.
This process, which is called transmuxing, involves rewrapping (but not re-encoding) H.264 video streams into the container format necessary for another target platform and creating any required metadata files.