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Emulation of Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP with Mininet

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The State of MPEG-DASH 2016

The State of MPEG-DASH 2016 | video everywhere | Scoop.it
The industry is turning away from plug-ins and embracing HTML5 everywhere. Here's how the vendor-independent streaming standard is gaining momentum.

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Broadcasters are urged to learn from Netflix and build their own CDNs | VideoNet

Broadcasters are urged to learn from Netflix and build their own CDNs | VideoNet | video everywhere | Scoop.it
Struggling to deliver its content economically using third-party CDNs, TVB in Hong Kong has taken more control of its OTT distribution with a CDN caching and distribution solution of its own. Edgeware says two more broadcasters will use its ‘operator CDN’ technology to pursue the same strategy.

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2Mbps within six seconds of start-up versus 10Mbps in four seconds: that is the HTTP/UDP difference for online video | VideoNet

2Mbps within six seconds of start-up versus 10Mbps in four seconds: that is the HTTP/UDP difference for online video | VideoNet | video everywhere | Scoop.it
The CDN and media services giant Akamai has been demonstrating how its hybrid HTTP/UDP acceleration technology ‘batters’ video through the Internet and gets streaming video up to top speeds in a fraction of the time usually needed. Tests are showing a 25% improvement in throughput for a top 12 EMEA broadband market like the UK. 

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A 1 second delay in #webPage response can result in a 7% reduction in conversions

A 1 second delay in #webPage response can result in a 7% reduction in conversions | video everywhere | Scoop.it
A 1 second delay in page response can result in a 7% reduction in conversions

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, August 30, 2015 8:47 PM

And according to Amazon every 100ms delay reduces revenues by 1%. Speed remains very important: be careful and use tools such as Google Page Speed Insights to verify how well your website is doing.


Read this post to understand how to improve web speed: https://moz.com/learn/seo/page-speed


http://sco.lt/6TGReL

http://bit.ly/1idqlbe 

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How fast should subtitles be? - BBC R&D

How fast should subtitles be? - BBC R&D | video everywhere | Scoop.it

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Why Akamai Is Betting on Netflix Rivals

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Akamai CEO Tom Leighton discusses the future of video streaming with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on

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H265 Is Creeping Closer to Mainstream -- MyBD by Cinemartin

H265 Is Creeping Closer to Mainstream -- MyBD by Cinemartin | video everywhere | Scoop.it
Just when you’re getting used to H.264’s (just kidding you should probably be used to them by now) they’re pushing H.265. I’m not going to go crazy over it. I’m not going to try to convince you that we’re standing on the edge of the future (the beautiful less compressed future).

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Cinemartin has just released a new software, to convert Blurays to a 2% of its size with same resolution and almost same quality. Say to backup Blu-ray disc movies & videos into World’s latest High quality / smallest video size codec, producing files in the HEVC H.265 format both in MKV and MP4 containers, resulting in files as smaller as to fit hundreds of them in a Pendrive.

Produced files are playable on Windows PC, MAC, Tablets & Smartphones including Android

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Guillaume de Lafontaine's curator insight, August 1, 2015 9:38 AM

Cinemartin has just released a new software, to convert Blurays to a 2% of its size with same resolution and almost same quality. Say to backup Blu-ray disc movies & videos into World’s latest High quality / smallest video size codec, producing files in the HEVC H.265 format both in MKV and MP4 containers, resulting in files as smaller as to fit hundreds of them in a Pendrive.

Produced files are playable on Windows PC, MAC, Tablets & Smartphones including Android

All your Blurays at 2% size in a USB Pendrive ready to plug

Ludovic Bostral's curator insight, August 1, 2015 11:46 AM

Cinemartin has just released a new software, to convert Blurays to a 2% of its size with same resolution and almost same quality. Say to backup Blu-ray disc movies & videos into World’s latest High quality / smallest video size codec, producing files in the HEVC H.265 format both in MKV and MP4 containers, resulting in files as smaller as to fit hundreds of them in a Pendrive.

Produced files are playable on Windows PC, MAC, Tablets & Smartphones including Android

All your Blurays at 2% size in a USB Pendrive ready to plug

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According to @MPEGgroup HEVC successor may be natively scalable. Check free scalable HEVC (SHVC) demos with GPAC

According to @MPEGgroup HEVC successor may be natively scalable. Check free scalable HEVC (SHVC) demos with GPAC | video everywhere | Scoop.it

For the last few years, the GPAC tools backed demos at the French Tennis Open (Roland Garros) in its demo corner called RG Labs. This year, through the H2B2VS project, we participated in a demonstration showing the use of Hybrid Broadcast Broadband delivery for Ultra HD video content.

The video was encoded using the SHVC format with two layers. The encoder was MPEG reference software. The base HEVC layer, corresponding to HD content, was delivered using MPEG-2 TS, produced by our MP42TS tool. The enhancement layer, enhancing the spatial resolution to UHD, was delivered using MPEG-DASH generated by MP4Box. Both streams were synchronized based on the recent MPEG-2 TS TEMI extensions (inserted by MP42TS in the mux) and played by MP4Client, rendered on this nice curved 4K TV. You can find the press release by France TV here. (...)


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Mobile is eating the world: It Changes Everything via @a16z

We’ve shared a lot of data about whether and why ‘this time is different’. But beyond that, why is the tech market opportunity larger than any time in history …

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Fred Hagerman's curator insight, June 30, 2015 8:09 AM

Great slides from Andreessen Horowitz on Mobile's impact.

Jean-Marie Grange's curator insight, July 2, 2015 11:25 AM

Mobile is getting in every hand!

Eric Morineau's curator insight, July 5, 2015 7:31 AM

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5 Reasons the video world is moving to js-based delivery

5 Reasons the video world is moving to js-based delivery | video everywhere | Scoop.it
Over the last few years, Netflix, YouTube and others have been pushing Media Source Extensions (AKA MSE) as an HTML5 video API for JavaScript (and Dash). This has been a significant development for HTML5 video, after years of domination by...

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Adaptive Streaming: How to Encode Multiple Packages for Different Targets

Many producers create multiple adaptive groups to serve different targets; for example, a group in HDS for Flash playback (or Smooth Streaming for Silverligh...

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Multicast-assisted delivery and manifest manipulation are steps towards broadcast-grade streaming | VideoNet

Multicast-assisted delivery and manifest manipulation are steps towards broadcast-grade streaming | VideoNet | video everywhere | Scoop.it
ARRIS has a solution for converting unicast requests into multicast sessions when delivering linear TV over broadband – a technology that is similar to Broadpeak’s NanoCDN. Meanwhile, there is a growing interest in ABR policy management and wrestling control from client devices.

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HTML5 Media Source Extensions: Bringing Production Video To The Web – Smashing Magazine

HTML5 Media Source Extensions: Bringing Production Video To The Web – Smashing Magazine | video everywhere | Scoop.it
The future of video on the web looks bright. In the future, we won't need multiple formats, nor (obviously) Flash. HTML5 MPEG-DASH streaming is coming.

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Building a 360 Video live streaming system — Center for Local Media Innovation — Medium

Building a 360 Video live streaming system - Center for Local Media Innovation - Medium
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Encoding 2020: Experts Predict the Future of Video Encoding - Streaming Media Magazine

Encoding 2020: Experts Predict the Future of Video Encoding - Streaming Media Magazine | video everywhere | Scoop.it
A Streaming Media survey shows big changes afoot in the next five years, with a move to the cloud, away from Flash, and towards 4K and HEVC.

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bitcodin Android MPEG-DASH Application - bitcodin Video Encoding Service

bitcodin Android MPEG-DASH Application - bitcodin Video Encoding Service | video everywhere | Scoop.it
The bitcodin Android MPEG-DASH application is an example based on ExoPlayer that connects with your bitcodin account, shows your encodings, and let you str

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Submarine Cable Map shows how interconnected the world is

Submarine Cable Map shows how interconnected the world is | video everywhere | Scoop.it
TeleGeography's comprehensive and regularly updated interactive map of the world's major submarine cable systems and landing stations.

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, September 3, 2015 9:28 AM

Interactive map showing all the underwater cables that carry phone and Internat data trafic. I live in Montreal and I am surprised how "well" the northern Canada region is cabled, given its small population. For comparison, Russia appears empty of cables.


WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

Data networks are an essential part of our ability to conduct business globally (fiber optic cables introduce much less delay than satellite connections for example). If you rely on skype to speak with suppliers in China or friends in Australia, you realize how amazing this infrastructure is.


See here for an animated video of the network: http://uk.businessinsider.com/animated-map-global-fiber-optic-internet-cables-2015-9

Ian Harris's curator insight, October 7, 2015 7:00 PM

Fascinating!

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Commentary: The Streaming Industry Gangs up on HEVC with the Alliance for Open Media - Streaming Media Magazine

Commentary: The Streaming Industry Gangs up on HEVC with the Alliance for Open Media - Streaming Media Magazine | video everywhere | Scoop.it
With Google, Amazon, Cisco, Microsoft, and others joining forces in the Alliance for Open Video to create a new royalty-free codec, an alternative to HEVC (and its controversial royalties) is on the way. Does this spell the beginning of the end for HEVC?

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4k, 8k and 1080p60 MPEG-DASH and HLS Encoding - bitcodin Video Encoding Service

4k, 8k and 1080p60 MPEG-DASH and HLS Encoding - bitcodin Video Encoding Service | video everywhere | Scoop.it
When talking about future video streaming there is no getting around 4k. But what does it actually mean? Generally speaking, 4k or UHDTV (ultra high defini

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Why Akamai Is Betting on Netflix Rivals

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Akamai CEO Tom Leighton discusses the future of video streaming with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on

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A Simple Explanation Of 'The Internet Of Things' via @forbes

A Simple Explanation Of 'The Internet Of Things' via @forbes | video everywhere | Scoop.it
The "Internet of things" (IoT) is becoming an increasingly growing topic of conversation both in the workplace and outside of it. It's a concept that not only has the potential to impact how we live but also how we work.  But what exactly is the "Internet of things" and what [...]

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Fernando Martinez Romero's curator insight, June 25, 2015 12:03 AM

Recurrentemente se habla del Internet de las Cosas, sin embargo muchas veces las personas arman en sus cabezas ideas que viajan por el espectro de la ciencia ficción, sin embargo, poco dan ese salto a conocer un poco más de aquello, lo mejor es que cuando se hace, te enteras, que el Internet de las cosas es más común y mas cotidiano de lo que se espera y que su funcionalidad no es ficción y esta al alcance de nuestras manos. Bienvenido Internet de las cosas y bienvenido el futuro de la información a nuestro alcance. 

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WebRTC, Video Streaming and the Next Big Thing

WebRTC, Video Streaming and the Next Big Thing | video everywhere | Scoop.it
As mobile data becomes increasingly more affordable, and 3G and 4G networks continue to improve, it is now easier than ever to stream and watch video online. The proof is in the pudding, with video...

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Adaptive Streaming: Choosing the Number of Streams


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HomerHEVC: The open-source H.265-HEVC encoder under LGPL license

HomerHEVC: The open-source H.265-HEVC encoder under LGPL license | video everywhere | Scoop.it

HOMER (Hevc Open Mpeg EncodER) is an open-source, real-time, multiplatform H.265-HEVC video encoder.


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