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ABR Algorithms Explained (from Streaming Media East 2016)

Adaptive bitrate algorithms have become paramount in ensuring quality video delivery on every device and across varying network conditions. This presentation l…
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The State of MPEG-DASH 2016 - Streaming Media Magazine

The State of MPEG-DASH 2016 - Streaming Media Magazine | Coming Next | Scoop.it
The industry is turning away from plug-ins and embracing HTML5 everywhere. Here's how the vendor-independent streaming standard is gaining momentum.
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Conference Research Tests Adaptive Video and Quality Benchmarks - Streaming Media Magazine

Conference Research Tests Adaptive Video and Quality Benchmarks - Streaming Media Magazine | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Video encoding professionals should take note of four papers presented at the recent International Symposium on Electronic Imaging. Read on for a detailed assessment.
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Netflix finishes its massive migration to the Amazon cloud

Netflix finishes its massive migration to the Amazon cloud | Coming Next | Scoop.it
After move to Amazon, only the DVD business still uses traditional data center.
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The State of HDR in Broadcast and OTT | VideoNet

The State of HDR in Broadcast and OTT | VideoNet | Coming Next | Scoop.it
By Yoeri Geutskens A lot has been written about HDR video lately, and from all of this perhaps only one thing becomes clear – that there appear to be various standards to choose from/ What’s going on in this area in terms of technologies and standards?
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Implementing 4K in a 3G-SDI Plant: A Conversation With Jean-Baptiste Lorent

Implementing 4K in a 3G-SDI Plant: A Conversation With Jean-Baptiste Lorent | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Despite the fact that HD broadcasting is relatively recent, and most people in the U.S. bought their first HDTV only in the past seven years, there is growing pressure to shoot, produce and distribute programming in 4K resolution.
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Big Bandwidth Efficiency Gains Are on Tap for UHD Migration

Big Bandwidth Efficiency Gains  Are on Tap for UHD Migration | Coming Next | Scoop.it
May 26, 2015 – The emergence of three radically different approaches to cutting video bandwidth consumption promises much-needed relief beyond the benefits of High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) as...
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Technicolor makes HDR single-stream HEVC reference code available | Digital TV News

Technicolor makes HDR single-stream HEVC reference code available | Digital TV News | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Technicolor (Paris: TCH; OTCQX: TCLRY) has announced the availability of its High Dynamic Range (HDR) single-layer solution, for testing. The solution enables HDR coding and delivery in a single stream for viewing regardless of display type.
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5 Reasons the video world is moving to js-based delivery

5 Reasons the video world is moving to js-based delivery | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Over the last few years, Netflix, YouTube and others have been pushing Media Source Extensions (AKA MSE) as an HTML5 video API for JavaScript (and Dash). This has been a significant development for HTML5 video, after years of domination by...

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Understanding HLS Versions and Client Compatibility | Alex Zambelli's Streaming Media Blog

Understanding HLS Versions and Client Compatibility | Alex Zambelli's Streaming Media Blog | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Alex Zambelli's Streaming Media Blog - Video Streaming, TV Everywhere, OTT, Video Encoding, H.264, VC-1, Smooth Streaming, DASH
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A Progress Report: The Alliance for Open Media and the AV1 Codec - Streaming Media Magazine

A Progress Report: The Alliance for Open Media and the AV1 Codec - Streaming Media Magazine | Coming Next | Scoop.it
The cross-industry open source Alliance welcomed new members and is making strides with AV1. Meanwhile, HEVC's future seems more uncertain than ever.
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The Best Encoding Settings For Your 4k 360 3D VR Videos 

The Best Encoding Settings For Your 4k 360 3D VR Videos  | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Encoding your 360 videos for the various VR headsets can be frustrating and time consuming. Therefore we developed a FREE encoding tool for 360 video.
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Guide to HEVC/H.265 Encoding and Playback

Guide to HEVC/H.265 Encoding and Playback | Coming Next | Scoop.it
HEVC's main advantage over H.264 is that it offers roughly double the compression ratio for the same quality. This means that a video file encoded with HEVC can occupy half the space of its H.264 equivalent with no noticeable change in quality, or the same amount of space with improved quality. Guide to HEVC/H.265 Encoding and Playback.
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Real User Monitoring

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The Real User Monitoring (RUM) is the process of collecting real user performance metrics through browser to improve QA of a website. It's been few years now at Dailymotion that we use RUM and we'd like to share with you...
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BBC Digital Media Distribution: How we improved throughput by 4x

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BBC Digital Media Distribution: How we improved throughput by 4x
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The truth about Ultra HD 4K TV refresh rates - CNET

The truth about Ultra HD 4K TV refresh rates - CNET | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Today's Ultra HD 4K TVs are all marketed with "motion," "action" and "clear" numbers that start at 240Hz and go up from there. They're all basically made up. Here's the real story.
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HDR (high dynamic range) on TVs explained - FlatpanelsHD

HDR (high dynamic range) on TVs explained - FlatpanelsHD | Coming Next | Scoop.it
Guide to TVs, medie streamers & monitors
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