In what could be another milestone for the TV Everywhere ecosystem, or more accurately – for the “computer everywhere” world, Google launched on Tuesday a new range of Chrome OS products, including the Asus Chromebit – essentially a computer packed into a cigar-sized stick.
The Chromebit is described as a similar device to Google’s video streaming device – Chromecast – but it does much more than streaming video. Chromebit simply plugs into any LCD display or TV set, and runs the sort of software the user typically runs on a personal computer. It is unclear when will the Asus Chromebit be on sale – but media reports suggested it will be available in retail stores in the US as soon as this summer, at an estimated $99. (...)
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Live & On-demand Video With MPEG-DASH & Wowza Support Radiant Media Player supports the latest streaming protocols for a best-in-class viewing experience : MPEG-DASH, HLS, HDS, RTMP, MP4 & WebM. + Closed Captions: VTT, SRT & TTML support + Apple Airplay & Google Chromecast Support
In v1.3, a new bunch of features were also added and made available on Microsoft Windows:
· New folder structure for entire project · Improved ABR rules · Integrated support for grunt jsdocs · Added dash.debug.js · DRM - refactor · DRM - added Widevine support · DRM - added support for ClearKey DRM · DRM - Added API to get DRM information · UTCTiming support · Added a contrib directory with webmjs and videojs-tech-dashjs · Added MPD Reload via Inband/Inline Events · Added MediaPlayerFactory for simple embed · Added ability to store and read custom response headers on each httprequest vo created · Gracefully handle multiple MPD.Location elements
For library , it seems there is two major hevc decoding support currently, that is openhevc (part of libav library) and libde265. Both seems to be usable, at least for low resolution samples. However, their use require you to ...
D-Link WiFi Audio Extender streams music, boosts WiFi SlashGear Wireless speakers are becoming quite common, but one advantage that D-Link's WiFi Audio Extender has is the type of connection being used.
The new feature will allow all local or cloud-based music on a consumer's smartphone to be streamed to any Bluetooth-compatible AllPlay speaker and then re-streamed over Wi-Fi to multiple AllPlay speakers, all in sync.
Battle Lines are Drawn: Microsoft Throws in with Qualcomm and AllJoyn. Smart home wireless. The mother of all high-tech battles is coming. The major players have all chosen sides now. The battle for the smart home will be ...
Qualcomm recently provided guidance on how big the IoT sector is for the company. The company said it made $1 billion in revenue last year on chips used in a variety of city infrastructure projects, home appliance, cars and wearable.
More and more open source projects are available today around or supporting MPEG-DASH, and as it is always good and handy to have some of this tools ready during development we collected the following list of public available and open source MPEG-DASH tools. (...)
Most of the video ecosystem is agreed on one thing: Ultra HD or 4K will happen, but none of us agree yet on when and how. It is clear is that the standards will play a key role in determining the timeframe. In previous cases, say with DASH for example, an industry body above competing standards has been the most effective way to speed things up. It seems like two separate initiatives are coalescing independently, which may be a good thing. CES 2015 was the place to be and many UHD issues where addressed. To get a clearly picture, I spoke to someone at the heart of it all. Here is my interview with Thierry Fautier VP of Video Strategy for Harmonic Inc. (...)
HEVC (H.265) is the new emerging video coding standard. It is made as a success for the widely used H.264. It's implementation and adoption progress is quite fast. It probably because the 4k display has been out for ...
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