I think it relies on the protocol set by the RTSP client. If the protocol set by the RTSP client is not in sync with what the rtp server expects, then it can cause problems.
The protocol set by the RTSP client is a little bit different from that of the rtp server because it is based on a protocol that is not supported by many browsers. For example, it is not possible to use the HTTP protocol as part of the RTSP protocol.
The protocol set by the RTSP client is defined by the HTML spec, which is not yet supported in all browsers. The rtp client relies on the RTSP spec, which is supported in all browsers. This means that the protocol set by one part of RTSP can be incompatible with the protocol set by another part of RTSP. This is especially true when the RTSP spec introduces new features that are not supported in all browsers.
This is one of the advantages of using RTSP over RTMP. RTSP can use the HTTP protocol (and the W3C’s HTTP/1.1 implementation) or any other protocol supported by the browser.
RTSP supports a protocol that is not only supported by some browsers, but also by all of them. With RTSP, if you do not get the RTSP protocol set correctly, you can lose RTSP support in the browser. RTSP provides a way to set the RTSP protocol in the browser, and then use it to implement RTSP in the browser. This is how a RTSP link becomes an RTMP link.
In this case it uses HTTP1.1, but RTSP is a little less restrictive than that (the browser support is not so much the same). It is more or less a “yes/no” question, where RTSP is “It is possible to use RTSP if you want it”. The RTSP protocol is pretty similar to HTTP, but has a few differences (such as a “no-cache” header).
The RTSP protocol for RTMP is fairly simple. Like HTTP, its goal is to allow you to set up the RTSP link in the browser. It is a standard in the Web and is the primary protocol on the Web for RTMP. The only difference between HTTP and RTSP is that HTTP allows you to set the protocol in the browser, while RTSP only allows you to set the protocol in the browser.
Using the RTSP protocol, you can use the RTMP protocol for video streaming as well. RTMP is the protocol used to stream audio, images, and other video content on the Web. RTMP is also used for streaming video, and it uses the RTSP protocol for streaming audio and images. Because the RTMP protocol uses a different file format than RTSP, it is the primary protocol used for video streaming on the Web now.
I know this is a fairly short post, but it really is worth mentioning. RTMP is the protocol used to stream audio and images on the Web, and it even allows you to use the RTSP protocol for video streaming. The reason you need to set the protocol for video streaming is because you don’t want to be able to stream anything you don’t want to stream on the Web.
You can use the default protocol for video streaming on the Web, but they are quite different. If you go to the site for the RTSP protocol, it’s called VideoStreaming and it has a default behavior. The default protocol means you can stream anything but the RTMP protocol. You can only stream what you want. If you want to stream videos, you can also use the RTSP protocol.