Video Everywhere....
Follow
Find
17.6K views | +0 today
 
Rescooped by Ludovic Bostral from DRM video
onto Video Everywhere... with a headache
Scoop.it!

The case for a common DRM framework

The case for a common DRM framework | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

It is possible to overstate the complexity of multi-screen video, but the absolute number and types of display devices are indeed increasing, which means that efforts to promote standards and greater simplicity address a live concern. A current initiative, playing out within the MPEG-DASH Industry Forum, among other places, to enable digital rights management (DRM) interoperability is a case in point.

 

Building his case for a common downloadable DRM framework that is independent of but compatible with CE devices of all shapes and sizes, Tranter (VP at NDS, now part of Cisco) names three standards that could play a foundational role, namely:

* Simulcrypt—the long-standing DVB protocol published by ETSI used to enable multiple key management systems;
* MPEG-DASH—Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH), which became an ISO standard in late 2011; and
* UltraViolet—an authentication and cloud-based rights system deployed over the past few years by a consortium of studios, manufacturers and service providers.


Via Nicolas Weil, Olivier NOEL
more...
No comment yet.
Video Everywhere... with a headache
It's about video, it's about everywhere, but it's not about the easy way, new video format, tool, drm,
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Broadcom develops dual HEVC/VP9 chip for UHD market - Rethink

Broadcom was the early leader in developing the HEVC video decompression chips that are needed by OTT and pay TV services to handle 4K streams coming into the home. At CES 2015 it showed two new SoCs which support both HEVC and Google’s VP9 open video compression standard, which is needed for playing Google’s YouTube…
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Ludovic Bostral from Coming Next
Scoop.it!

Encoding.com Report Offers Insights on Codecs, Formats, and Configurations - Streaming Media Magazine

Encoding.com Report Offers Insights on Codecs, Formats, and Configurations - Streaming Media Magazine | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
In its first report detailing which formats and codecs customers are producing, HLS and H.264 lead the way, and less than 5% of its customers are encoding 4K.

Via Philippe Rambourg
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

THEOplayer - Next generation of video playback for the web

THEOplayer - Next generation of video playback for the web | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Adaptive streaming of HLS directly to HTML5 browsers without the need of external plug-ins like Flash or Silverlight.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Multimedia Communication: MPEG news: a report from the 110th meeting, Strasbourg, France

Multimedia Communication: MPEG news: a report from the 110th meeting, Strasbourg, France | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Video Playback in Android Lollipop 5.0 - Encoding.com Blog

Video Playback in Android Lollipop 5.0 - Encoding.com Blog | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
An overview of updates and bug fixes for video playback in Android Lollipop 5.0.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Passage from 2014 to 2015 - GPAC Licensing

Passage from 2014 to 2015 Dear readers, Happy new year! May 2015 bring you happiness and success We just wanted to share with you our views on what happens in 2014 and what will happen in 2015. There are many … Continue reading →
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

YouTube goes 4K, Google signs up long list of hardware partners for VP9 support

YouTube goes 4K, Google signs up long list of hardware partners for VP9 support | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Add YouTube to the list of companies showing off 4K streaming at CES. But YouTube’s demos will be using Google’s own VP9 video codec.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

The Changing Face of DRM: Where Do We Stand in 2015? - Streaming Media Magazine

The Changing Face of DRM: Where Do We Stand in 2015? - Streaming Media Magazine | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Digital rights management is more important than ever. Here's a look at the options available and how they can help you protect and monetize your content.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Ludovic Bostral from Webcast la mutation audiovisuelle
Scoop.it!

Le dur labeur de Mozilla pour battre le H.265 avec Daala

Le dur labeur de Mozilla pour battre le H.265 avec Daala | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Mozilla a longtemps fait de la résistance contre le H.264, avant de finalement prendre en charge ce codec propriétaire dominant par l'intermédiaire du système d'exploitation. Un compromis qui ne change en rien ses plans pour l'après H.264.

Via Guillaume de Lafontaine
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Ludovic Bostral from Video Breakthroughs
Scoop.it!

An Introduction to High Dynamic Range (HDR and Its Support within the H.265/HEV Standard Extensions


Via Nicolas Weil
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Adaptive Streaming and Content Protection for services like StreamingTV - Innovative Systems

Follow this link for the full presentation on this topic.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Why Your Video Strategy Needs a Cloud/Client Hybrid Solution

Why Your Video Strategy Needs a Cloud/Client Hybrid Solution | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
“The cloud” has become the de facto solution for nearly every computing challenge under the sun these days, and it has certainly overcome some of the biggest h…
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Vualto – Vualto chooses THEOPlayer from OpenTelly for HTML5 cross-platform streaming

Vualto – Vualto chooses THEOPlayer from OpenTelly for HTML5 cross-platform streaming | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
THEOplayer
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

M-Go Partners With Israeli Firm for 4K Streaming | Home Media Magazine

M-Go Partners With Israeli Firm for 4K Streaming | Home Media Magazine | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
M-Go, the transactional VOD joint venture between Technicolor and DreamWorks Animation, has contracted with an Israeli technology company to enable less-expensive streaming of high-definition content, including 4K Ultra-HD.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Ludovic Bostral from Webcast la mutation audiovisuelle
Scoop.it!

castnow - commandline chromecast player

castnow - commandline chromecast player | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it

castnow is commandline utility which can be used to playback media files on your chromecast device. It supports playback of local video files, youtube clips, videos on the web and torrents. You can also re-attach a running playback session.

Usage :

// start playback of a local video file
castnow ./myvideo.mp4

// start playback of video and mp3 files in the local directory
castnow ./mydirectory/

// playback 3 videos after each other
castnow video1.mp4 video2.mp4 video3.mp4

// start playback of some mp4 file over the web
castnow http://commondatastorage.googleapis.com/gtv-videos-bucket/ED_1280.mp4

// start playback of some youtube clip (only audio at the moment, see #43)
castnow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcVRrlmpcWk

// start playback of some video over torrent
castnow <url-to-torrent-file OR magnet>

// start playback of some video over torrent, with local subtitles
castnow <url-to-torrent-file OR magnet> --subtitles </local/path/to/subtitles.srt>

// transcode some other videoformat to mp4 while playback (requires ffmpeg)
castnow ./myvideo.avi --tomp4

// re-attach to an currently running playback session
castnow


Via Guillaume de Lafontaine
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Harmonic Optimizes OTT Multiscreen Security With Microsoft® PlayReady® DRM Technology

Integration Between Harmonic’s ProMedia® Origin Multiscreen Media Servers and Microsoft® PlayReady® Digital Rights Management Technology Strengthens Content Security, Simplifies the Delivery of OTT Multiscreen Services
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Envivio 15 predictions for 2015

A look into the future by Team Envivio The members of the Envivio team have put on their holiday thinking caps, gazed into the crystal ball, and come up with t…
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Ludovic Bostral from Online Video
Scoop.it!

NeuLion to acquire DivX

NeuLion, a provider of live and on-demand content to Internet-connected devices, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire DivX, a provider of next-generation digital video solutions.


Via sfaure
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Elemental Technologiesdoes an HEVC rap song

HEVC: The official music video produced by Elemental for the 2014 holiday season. Lyrics included below. Lyrics: Roy Wyss, EME Team Vocals: Sean Parker, Cons...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Ludovic Bostral
Scoop.it!

Microsoft will offer PlayReady encryption for live streams on Azure Media Services

Microsoft will offer PlayReady encryption for live streams on Azure Media Services | Video Everywhere... with a headache | Scoop.it
Of course -- Microsoft is now supporting its own PlayReady encryption technology for live streaming from the Microsoft Azure public cloud.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Ludovic Bostral from Video Breakthroughs
Scoop.it!

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?


Via Nicolas Weil
more...
No comment yet.