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Building a Dash-264 Player with OSMF and Flash Player

Slides from Streaming Media West Presentation, "How to Create A DASH-264 player for Adobe Flash" by Jeff Tapper and Michael Labriola of Digital Primates.


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Microsoft Azure Works With Wowza

Microsoft Azure Works With Wowza | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Microsoft Azure now supports Wowza Streaming Engine™, allowing customers to launch video streaming in the cloud. Wowza® users can take advantage of Azure's flexibility, scalability and additional capabilities to create powerful content streaming to any device.


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CNN’s Next-Gen TV Everywhere App Goes Wide

CNN’s Next-Gen TV Everywhere App Goes Wide | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Following an initial beta phase that got underway about three months ago, CNN has moved ahead with the national launch of CNNx, a next-generation TV Everywhere application that features the network’s live, linear channel alongside an array of on-demand content and related digital and interactive features that give viewers full control of the experience. (...)


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AwoX StriimCast : le standard Miracast pour cette alternative au Chromecast

AwoX StriimCast : le standard Miracast pour cette alternative au Chromecast | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Alors que le Chromecast s'est récemment ouvert au mirroring, AwoX lance aujourd'hui un appareil consacré à la réplication d'écran, lui aussi sous forme de clé HDMI et lui aussi au prix plancher de 35 euros. Il permet de transmettre à un téléviseur ce qui est diffusé sur un smartphone (écran et haut-parleurs), par exemple.

L'AwoX StriimCAST présente l'intérêt d'exploiter Miracast, aussi appelé Wi-Fi Display, un standard déjà pris en charge d'origine par de nombreux smartphones Android (à partir de la version 4.2.1), ainsi que par certains Windows Phone 8.1, et même par quelques ordinateurs Windows, notamment ceux compatibles Intel WiDi 3.5. (...)


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Guillaume de Lafontaine's curator insight, July 22, 4:28 AM

AwoX, spécialiste du multimédia connecté, officialise aujourd'hui le lancement du StriimCast, une clé HDMI qui concurrence directement le Google Chromecast.

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State of Global TV Everywhere | VideoNet

State of Global TV Everywhere | VideoNet | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
SNL Kagan’s survey of key pay TV operators across five regions revealed 147 cable, DTH, and IPTV providers offered TV Everywhere services as of February 2014. According to our study, the vast majority of TV Everywhere platforms, or 61, are located in Western Europe, 29 in Eastern Europe, 29 in Latin America (including programmer-owned ventures), 19 in North America, and 18 in Asia Pacific. 

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FFmpeg 2.3 out

We have made a new major release (2.3) It contains all features and bugfixes of the git master branch from the 16th July. Please see the Release Notes for a list of note-worthy changes.

 


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How Pay Per View Video Hosting Works?

How Pay Per View Video Hosting Works? | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
How pay per view video hosting work? What is one supposed to know for setting up pay per view for their video content? Is it similar to paywall? Can it bring in more revenue?

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Google now catalogs hundreds of Chromecast apps for easier discovery

Google now catalogs hundreds of Chromecast apps for easier discovery | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Discovering new apps to use with Google’s Chromecast streaming stick just got a lot easier: Google started to add a catalog of hundreds of apps capable of casting to the Chromecast website. The site previously only listed a few select featured apps from major publishers, but now includes more than 400 apps, ranging from video services to games to personal media players. (...)


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Guillaume de Lafontaine's curator insight, July 16, 1:08 AM

Google’s Chromecast website is now listing more than 400 apps and counting that are capable of casting content to the TV screen.

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BBC - Blogs - Internet blog - Video Factory: one year on

BBC - Blogs - Internet blog - Video Factory: one year on | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
The same elastic computing and cloud storage meant we could also remove all limits in content production for iPlayer. We have doubled the total number of hours of video available on iPlayer and have increased the number of HD hours by almost 700%

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HbbTV already supported by 93% of connected TVs

HbbTV already supported by 93% of connected TVs | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Approximately 93% of the connected televisions for sale support HbbTV and HbbTV services are being deployed by broadcasters throughout Europe, according to the EBU. (...)


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Broadband TV Conference Overview & Summary of MPEG-DASH Video Streaming Standard

Broadband TV Conference Overview & Summary of MPEG-DASH Video Streaming Standard | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Introduction: The fifth annual Broadband TV Conference, held June 3-4, 2014, in Santa Clara, CA dealt with many key issues on a variety of subject matter, in commercial free panel sessions and indi...

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Level 3 Launches Channel Origination Solution to Address Demand for Simplified Global Delivery of Broadcast Content

Level 3 Launches Channel Origination Solution to Address Demand for Simplified Global Delivery of Broadcast Content | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
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More Bucks with Less Bits: An Analysis of 14 Different LTE Broadcast Business Cases by Expway

More Bucks with Less Bits: An Analysis of 14 Different LTE Broadcast Business Cases by Expway | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

As Expway has successfully launched Mobile Broadcast services with major operators such as NTT DoCoMo, TRE Italia and others, we are often asked about the recommended practices for implementing LTE Broadcast in carriers’ networks.


We have now conducted a study on how LTE Broadcast can help operators generate more revenue.


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Multimedia Communication: bitmovin White Papers on bitcodin and bitdash for MPEG-DASH

Multimedia Communication: bitmovin White Papers on bitcodin and bitdash for MPEG-DASH | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
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Video.js Blog - DASH Everywhere-ish (hack project)

A couple of times a year Brightcove has an internal hackweek where engineers work on any project they’d like. In the latest hackweek (2014-07-14) Tom Johnson decided to see if he could get DASH supported in as many places as possible, by combining a few of the existing DASH player implementations with Video.js.

MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) is a streaming format similar to Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming (HLS). It allows you to provide multiple versions of a video at different bitrates, and then the player can switch between those versions depending on the user’s bandwidth (which is more complicated than you might think).

The two DASH playback implementations used were Dash.js and Dash.as. They were combined using video.js’s playback tech architecture, which means you can include plugins and custom skins and they’ll work the same with either playback method. (...)


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Why everyone should be shooting 4K - even for HD delivery

Why everyone should be shooting 4K - even for HD delivery | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

It's becoming increasingly normal for the equipment we use to work at resolutions significantly beyond HD. Actual distribution of 4K pictures is currently in its infancy. However, since 4K cameras produce especially nice HD results when downscaled, it's perhaps worth discussing some of the benefits of shooting 4K for an HD finish. (...)


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Guillaume de Lafontaine's curator insight, July 22, 11:13 AM

Phil Rhodes gets into the technical nitty-gritty of why you should seriously consider 4K acquisition if you're ending in high def.

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HTTP Live Streaming at Coursera: Education at your Fingertips - Coursera Technology

HTTP Live Streaming at Coursera: Education at your Fingertips - Coursera Technology | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Learners on Coursera spend the majority of their time on the site watching videos, a format that allows Coursera’s partner universities to educate at …
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4G streaming and Ultra HD in BBC R&D Commonwealth showcase

4G streaming and Ultra HD in BBC R&D Commonwealth showcase | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
The first UK trial of live broadcasting over 4G, Ultra HD and 3D audio will be seen as part of a BBC R&D showcase in Glasgow next week, timed to coincide with the Commonwealth Games, which is b...
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Cisco's New Videoscape Solution Extends TV Experience Beyond the Set-Top Box

Cisco's New Videoscape Solution Extends TV Experience Beyond the Set-Top Box | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Cisco's Videoscape Solution unleashes new video driven experiences that make TV the medium of choice, now carried forward across devices. It unifies the power of Cisco Videoscape cloud, network and client hardware and software assets in order to connect media companies, service providers and consumers to new experiences with the flexibility to be designed your way. It focuses on a sophisticated yet easy to use, intuitive and consistent interfaces that brings together video, social networking and other information, using the right screen for every experience. (...)


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Guillaume de Lafontaine's curator insight, July 16, 12:14 PM

It powers and delivers subscriber experiences that are personalized, synchronized, and more social than ever before

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AWS customers can now use Nginx for media streaming

AWS customers can now use Nginx for media streaming | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
After a year-long "pilot program," server software maker Nginx is officially launching several paid services on Amazon Web Services.
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Live from the Eiffel Tower: Envivio Powers Transmission of NRJ HITS France in Ultra HD TV Over Digital Terrestrial Television

Envivio is a leading provider of complete MPEG-4 and H.264 video distribution solution for Mobile, PC and TV.

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Diving into ultra-low latency for live using MPEG-DASH - GPAC Licensing

Diving into ultra-low latency for live using MPEG-DASH - GPAC Licensing | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Low latency with HTTP-streaming (segment-based) technologies is a challenge. In particular MPEG-DASH is gaining adoption among international industry consortiums such as DVB with DVB DASH or ETSI with HbbTV 2.0 …

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Brightcove Launches Support For HbbTV Internet Video Delivery Standard

Brightcove Inc. (NASDAQ: BCOV), a leading global provider of cloud services for video, today launched support for the Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV) standard, enabling broadcasters to combine over-the-air broadcast and IP delivery to publish personalized video and interactive TV experiences to users on connected TVs and set-top boxes. With today’s announcement, Brightcove is rolling out support in its Video Cloud online video platform for common encryption (CENC) packaging, Microsoft PlayReady and Marlin digital rights management (DRM) license serving, and multi-bitrate MPEG-DASH encoding.

“HbbTV is an enabling progression for us, and for the industry,” said Mat Yelavich, CTO of the Nine Network Australia. “As a broadcaster, it allows us to ‘close the loop’ for the first time, providing the potential to truly personalise whilst also empowering the viewer with a very simple UX. This, coupled with Brightcove’s Video Cloud platform providing support for MPEG-DASH and CENC, will ensure we deliver the viewer the best possible viewing experience.”.

HbbTV is an industry standard, providing an open technology platform that seamlessly combines TV services delivered via broadcast with services delivered via broadband, enabling access to Internet-only services for consumers using connected TVs and set-top boxes. (...)


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Cord-cutting: beginning of the end for linear television

Cord-cutting: beginning of the end for linear television | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Cord-cutters are on the rise as internet-only becomes a feasible alternative. But what are the implications for network identity?

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Bruno Renkin's curator insight, July 9, 12:26 AM

"It will possibly take another decade for cord-cutters to become the majority, but rest assured that the moment some Netflix-like service is able to offer us all our favourite TV shows, movies and live sports at any time, at any place, on any device – that is the moment we can begin sounding the death knell for live linear television. To the generation of children being born now, flipping TV channels will one day seem as foreign as rotary phone dialing."

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The Essential Guide to Video Hosting: What Companies Need to Know

The Essential Guide to Video Hosting: What Companies Need to Know | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Should your brand upload videos to a free site (such as YouTube), use a fully-featured online video platform, or go with a lower-cost hybrid service?
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LUMA's The Future of (Digital) TV

A Collaborative Perspective on Convergence
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