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What’s the best video player SDK for playing HLS streams in an Android app? - YouTube

Android Engineer, Eric Brynsvold, helps developers determine which video player SDK they need to best play HLS streams in their Android app. New to developme...
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HTML5 Video: Fragments, Captions, and Dynamic Thumbnails

Armando Roggio takes a look at three cool features of HTML5 video that you may not have used before.
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HTML5 video: Understanding Compression and DRM

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Microsoft's David Voyles explains compression and DRM, including how to ingest content using a video recording tool and how to encrypt or protect the video
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bitcodin – cloud based transcoding and streaming – Choosing the right configuration for single and multi bitrate encodings (HLS, DASH)

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Cloud DVR: Opportunities and Challenges

Cloud DVR: Opportunities and Challenges | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
A look at the latest developments in cloud-based digital video recording, successor to home VCRs and set-top-box DVRs, as well as the storage and network optimisation challenges that Cloud DVR presents
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HOW TO: Building a Streaming HTML5 Video Player - YouTube

With the adoption of Media Source Extensions (MSE) into modern browsers, it is now possible to stream video directly to browsers without plug-ins. This sessi...
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Adobe: TV Everywhere goes mainstream in the US, with mobile OTT viewing set to overtake desktop | VideoNet

Adobe: TV Everywhere goes mainstream in the US, with mobile OTT viewing set to overtake desktop | VideoNet | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Adobe’s US Digital Video 2014 Inaugural Report, published by the software giant’s research division, Adobe Digital Index (ADI), predicts that online video viewing in the USA on mobile devices will overtake desktop viewing by the end of next year, with TV Everywhere (TVE) becoming mainstream.
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Dual-Channel H.264 Encoder for Broadcast Streaming and Recording | Matrox Monarch HDX

Dual-Channel H.264 Encoder for Broadcast Streaming and Recording | Matrox Monarch HDX | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

The Matrox Monarch HDX is a simple and versatile video encoding appliance specifically designed for broadcasters and webcasters who need a flexible solution that is powerful enough to take on today’s demanding video delivery workflows. Monarch HDX offers 3G-SDI and HDMI inputs with frame-synchronization to correct any discontinuity at the input, and two independent H.264 encoders that can be assigned to individual tasks. By providing two encoders in a single device, Monarch HDX can tackle any job; from streaming to two different locations, to recording a proxy quality file while simultaneously recording master quality version for post-event editing, to using one encoder for streaming while the other records at higher quality for VOD downloads. Whether used as a live streaming encoder or video recorder, the Monarch HDX can integrate seamlessly into virtually any SD and HD installation. (...)


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4K HEVC Video Is Years Away From Being a Streaming Reality

4K HEVC Video Is Years Away From Being a Streaming Reality | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Why would set-top box makers bother supporting UHD video when home bandwidth connections aren't nearly robust enough to carry it?

While there's a lot of talk about 4K video at the major conventions, such as CES and NAB, the reality is that 4K won't be streaming to homes anytime soon. Speaking at the recent Streaming Media West conference in sunny Huntington Beach, California, encoding expert Jan Ozer explained that even Netflix can't reliably deliver 15Mbps video over one of the fastest connections around.

"Can you even deliver 15Mbps HEVC over the internet?" Ozer asked. "UHD 4K is being encoded by Netflix at 15Mbps. Can they deliver 15Mbps? They had trouble delivering 2 1/2 Mbps…[Netflix is] averaging 3.4Mbps over FIOS, which is one of the fastest systems out there. Even if the TV sets were out there, even if the content was out there, can you deliver 15Mbps video to these UHD sets? The answer is unless you have your own pipes, probably not."

For anyone in the market for a 4K television set, the message is to wait—probably years.

"Why should Roku add 4K UHD or 4K HEVC decode to their retail boxes when you can't get anything close to 15Mbps video to them?" Ozer asked. "I would not buy a 4K set for the next two or three years, and I think anybody who knows about these issues probably would make the same decision. Even though there are services launching, what's the Magic 8-Ball say? Are we going to see a lot of big advances in 4K HEVC production?"

Spinning into view, Ozer's Magic 8-Ball says, "Outlook Not So Good."

Watch the full HEVC discussion below and download Ozer's presentation.

 


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React.js Conf 2015 - Beyond the DOM: How Netflix plans to enhance your television experience - YouTube

Jafar Husain, Netflix Netflix has rebuilt our mobile and web UIs. These UIs are hosted in the browser, and we've seen big performance gains thanks to React's...
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Firefox OS for TV UX Overview

Firefox OS for TV UX Overview | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Introduction Firefox OS for TV is a new direction that base on the vision of Connected Home from Mozilla. Compare with the UI on smart ...
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Anvato Simplifies Cloud DVR, Enhances Next-Gen Experience

Anvato Simplifies Cloud DVR, Enhances Next-Gen Experience | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Chief Evangelist Matt Smith describes new cost-saving approach to cloud DVR, superior UI functionalities and other benefits Anvato’s platform brings to MVPDs and TV networks in efforts to deliver compelling premium services to connected devices.

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bitcodin – cloud based transcoding and streaming – Create MPEG-DASH & HLS content for Amazon S3 and Cloudfront

bitcodin – cloud based transcoding and streaming – Create MPEG-DASH & HLS content for Amazon S3 and Cloudfront | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
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MPEG-DASH Moving Toward Deployment: Wowza’s Knowlton interview

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Ultra-High-Definition Quality of Experience with MPEG-DASH

Ultra-High-Definition Quality of Experience with MPEG-DASH Priv.-Doz. Dr. Christian Timmerer Daniel Weinberger, Christopher Mueller and Stefan Lederer Chief In…
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bitdash MPEG-DASH HTML5 Player – 10 Free & Public MPEG-DASH Teststreams and Datasets

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Live streaming HTML5 video using Azure Media Services

Live streaming HTML5 video using Azure Media Services | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
This is the third tutorial in a series about live streaming Azure Media Services
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Microsoft Azure Media Services expands End-to-End cloud video platform with Live Encoding, Azure Media Player and new partnerships

Microsoft Azure Media Services expands End-to-End cloud video platform with Live Encoding, Azure Media Player and new partnerships | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Over the last year we have built on the strong momentum of Azure Media Services by adding more innovating features to enable content owners and partners to prepare, protect, distribute and monetize media content in the cloud.   Building off of the...
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Why did Netflix use NGINX and FreeBSD to build their own CDN? by Gleb Smirnoff - YouTube

Netflix is video on demand service, that already competes with old-style broadcasting or cable television. More than 40 million people watch video over the I...
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