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MPEG founder urging broadcasters to give up infrastructure, rally behind DASH | Broadcast Engineering Blog

The headline of a recent interview with Leonardo Chiariglione, the godfather of MPEG, was his comment that DASH was going to be as big as MPEG2, but the subtext was in its way even more revealing.
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An Introduction to High Dynamic Range (HDR and Its Support within the H.265/HEV Standard Extensions


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Fast Spark Queries on In-Memory Datasets

Here at Ooyala, we process over two billion video events a day, all of which are archived in a big Cassandra
cluster. The challenge is, how do we turn the mountain of raw events into small, actionable nuggets of
truth? And how do we make the development and querying of these insights quick, scalable, and easy?
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Brightcove has head in the cloud - DigitalProductionME.com

Brightcove has head in the cloud - DigitalProductionME.com | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Luke Gaydon, VP digital media, Brightcove: cloud computing to dominate broadcast space
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Apple HLS: comparing versions - GPAC Licensing

Apple HLS: comparing versions - GPAC Licensing | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Apple HLS: comparing versions An introduction to Apple HLS is available as: Apple HLS: introduction. A technical analysis of the versions is available as: Apple HLS: technical in-depth. Versions and revisions HLS comes in different versions. As of when this … Continue reading →
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Adapt or Die: Why Pay-TV Operators Must Evolve Their Video Architectures

Adapt or Die: Why Pay-TV Operators Must Evolve Their Video Architectures | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

The video landscape continues to go through revolutionary changes and has become ever more competitive with more video consumption alternatives available than ever before. Traditional pay-TV operators are experiencing disruptive forces and to remain competitive, they will need to accelerate their innovations to meet the demands of their subscriber base. (...)


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Guest Comment: MPEG-DASH – key to efficient delivery of multiscreen sports content : SVG Europe

Guest Comment: MPEG-DASH – key to efficient delivery of multiscreen sports content : SVG Europe | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Ian Trow @HarmonicInc on why MPEG-DASH is key to efficient delivery of multiscreen sports content http://t.co/kkJlebXbi6 @SVGEurope
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RTMP in the Age of HTTP Video Streaming: Don't Count it Out - Streaming Media Magazine

RTMP in the Age of HTTP Video Streaming: Don't Count it Out - Streaming Media Magazine | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Think RTMP is out of date? Despite the ubiquity of HTTP video streaming, there are still use cases where RTMP is the standard.
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test-engine-live-tools: NodeJS tools to live stream an MPEG-TS using MPEG-DASH

test-engine-live-tools: NodeJS tools to live stream an MPEG-TS using MPEG-DASH | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Small tools and scripts for the EBU test engine platform. These allow for DASH-ing and encoding a live stream.


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bitdash - Simple & Easy MPEG-DASH Player for Web and Mobile

bitdash MPEG-DASH Player for HTML5 using the Media Source Extentions API as well as for Flash-based MPEG-DASH Playback. Using the HTML5 Encrypted Media Extenti…
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Handout for Producing and Distributing HEVC

Handout for Producing and Distributing HEVC | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

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Industry Reacts To HEVC License Fees - The Broadcast Bridge - Connecting IT to Broadcast

Industry Reacts To HEVC License Fees -  The Broadcast Bridge - Connecting IT to Broadcast | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

When the MPEG LA licensing organization, released its final Patent Portfolio License fee structure for High Efficiency Video Coding (“HEVC License”) for using the technology behind the latest generation compression scheme, many in the industry were quite prepared and are now saying all is well…. although it took longer than many had hoped to solve. (...)


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The Case for VP9

The Case for VP9 | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
HEVC might be getting all the attention, but Google's VP9 appears to match H.265 in quality and might play a bigger role in the transition from Flash to HTML5

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Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 Trial - BBC R&D

Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 Trial - BBC R&D | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 trial. We are inviting you to participate in order to help us gather important data.


The experimental HTTP version 2 protocol promises to improve the web browsing experience but what does it mean for HTTP-based media streaming technologies such as MPEG-DASH?


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An HEVC Update: What’s the Current Outlook for the Next-Generation Video Compression Standard? | Harmonic Blog

An HEVC Update: What’s the Current Outlook for the Next-Generation Video Compression Standard? | Harmonic Blog | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
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Envivio’s Newest Head-End ‘Guru’ Monitors Video Operations on Any Network Worldwide - Envivio

Envivio Guru™ ‘Service Oriented Monitoring’ Provides Fast and Efficient Troubleshooting on Cable, IPTV, Satellite and OTT Networks South San Francisco, CALIF., Dec. 9, 2014 –... Read more »

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Apple HLS: technical in-depth - GPAC Licensing

Apple HLS: technical in-depth Content Master, Variants and Renditions Version 1 Version 2 Version 3 Version 4 Version 5 Version 6 Version 7 An introduction to Apple HLS is available as: Apple HLS: introduction. A summary table of the versions … Continue reading →
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JW Player Releases 6.11 Update, Focuses on HLS Performance

JW Player Releases 6.11 Update, Focuses on HLS Performance | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
By upgrading HLS to the current Apple standard, JW Player gains new features such as multiple audio track support.

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Native DRM & Platforms Support by DRMtoday | We...

Native DRM & Platforms Support by DRMtoday | We... | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Different platforms use different digital rights management (DRM) systems. With the multitude of user devices on the market, determining which DRM systems are supported by what platforms is not always straightforward.
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FFmpeg 2.5 Officially Released

FFmpeg 2.5 Officially Released | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
FFmpeg is a complete solution to record, convert, and stream audio and video and it was just upgraded to a new major version, 2.5. It comes with a lot of new features and it's pretty interesting.
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Peer-to-Peer Architecture Could Save Streaming Video

Peer-to-Peer Architecture Could Save Streaming Video | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Not a newsflash: the online video market is booming. And escalating demand from consumers for longer and higher-definition content is driving a mass migration of digital fare to content delivery networks (CDNs), to support a good end-user experience. But online video needs a future savior: There's a clear event horizon where delivery overhead outstrips even CDN capacity.
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Giraffic announces MPEG-DASH client trials

Giraffic announces MPEG-DASH client trials | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

Giraffic today announced partner and customer trials that prove the compatibility and performance benefits of its Adaptive Video Acceleration™ (AVA) for MPEG-DASH. The news adds to adaptive streaming standards supported and enhanced by AVA, such as HLS and Smooth Streaming, positioning Giraffic as a leader in video acceleration and MPEG-DASH performance.

 

Leading device and chipset vendors have partnered with Giraffic in support of the MPEG-DASH trials, demonstrating:

More than triple (350%) the resolution obtained without AVA (e.g. 4.2 Mbps Vs 1.2 Mbps).Quality-of-Service: Sustained highest available resolution video playback until end of a full-length movie, consistently and without fluctuations or any drops in quality.Maximal bandwidth utilizationMaximum streaming user experience: with AVA; e.g. a 20Mbps subscriber can view 15-20Mbps streams consistently, independent of other network congestion or weak home network Wi-Fi.


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Handout for Digital Rights Management Session

Handout for Digital Rights Management Session | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
The second session of my afternoon workshop covered closed captioning. Here's the description; click over to the main article to download the handout.
For digital rights management, you gain an overview of the technologies available for various targe

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BBC takes iPlayer video production to AWS cloud to beat bottleneck and storage woes

BBC takes iPlayer video production to AWS cloud to beat bottleneck and storage woes | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Having run Video Factory on AWS for over a year, BBC's Robert Shield explains how he overcame iPlayer bottleneck and availability challenges
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