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Meztura webKeyer : overlay HTML5/JS, Flash and Silverlight content on top of HD or SD video signals

Meztura webKeyer : overlay HTML5/JS, Flash and Silverlight content on top of HD or SD video signals | All About Video Streaming | Scoop.it

Meztura webKeyer is a software + hardware solution that makes it possible to overlay HTML5/Javascript, Flash and Silverlight content on top of High Definition or Standard Definition video signals.

 

In other words, the system is able to overlay on top of On-air video any Web page or Web application respecting the transparency values (alpha channel) defined therein.

 

The rendering engine of the system, based on the WebKit project, ensures speed and compatibility with present and future standards (HTML5, Javascript, WebSockets, ...) as well as Flash and Silverlight.

 

Video Capture Card: Black Magic Decklink Studio or Decklink Extreme 3D


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Onlinelib - VCS - Multiplexer

Onlinelib - VCS - Multiplexer | All About Video Streaming | Scoop.it

VCS - Multiplexer includes a new concept of a HighEnd and scalable Video Transcoding Engine.
The main format in VCS Multiplexer is H.264, a Video Industry Standard Format. With support for Apple HLS Streaming Format VCS Multiplexer brings HLS to all common devices like Adobe Flash for Windows, OSX, Linux, as well for Android and to the hole Apple Family like iPhone, iPad, iPod and Apple TV.

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Remote Synthesis - Moving Forward with Flex and Flash

It would be an understatement to say this has been a tough week - both for those of us inside Adobe as well as for many of our developer community. In addition to the layoffs, you'd be forgiven for feeling as though we carpet bombed major changes to our developer products, In fact, it really was only two dramatic changes that directly affect our developer community: the end to the Flash Player plugin for mobile devices and televisions and the plan to donate Flex to the Apache open source foundation.

 

// One of the nicest point of view I've read lately on this fearsome topic //


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