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Sliq Media Technologies
1725-3500 De Maisonneuve West
Westmount QC H3Z 3C1
Canada

Phone: 514-846-0322
Web site: www.sliq.com
 
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Since 1999, Sliq has been providing world class streaming and transcription solutions to the legislative industry worldwide. With five star service and a proven reputation, Sliq is trusted by the world’s largest legislatures to record, index and stream, digital recordings of the official record. Offered as a cloud hosted service or self-hosted, Sliq solutions leverage and integrate with existing infrastructure to secure data and media ownership.

Product Description

Sliq Harmony is a future-proof video management platform that empowers legislative and plenary assemblies to easily capture and publish large quantities of content to a broad audience. Provided as a turnkey on premise license or as a cloud service, Harmony allows customers to enjoy a low implementation cost, rapid deployment and continual upgrades to match the changing technological landscape.

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Mobile VideoOTT VideoVideo Encoding/TranscodingVideo Hosting/Delivery
Enterprise VideoGovernment VideoOnline Video Industry
Articles Mentioned
The Government Video Boom
More and more government agencies are getting into the streaming media game. But why now?
Fri., Dec. 11, by Bill Greenwood
Testing the New Windows Media Encoding Profiles
Microsoft recently released upgrades to its Windows Media Video codecs. How do they hold up against WMV9, Flash VP6, and Apple's H.264? As usual, the answer is a resounding "It depends."
Fri., July 27, by Jan Ozer
Under the Hood: File Analysis Tools for Streaming Video
For the most part, streaming files provide a pitiful amount of useable data, which makes programs that provide insight to the content of these files invaluable to compressionists. Depending upon your needs and operating system, there are a number of programs—most free, some at a price—that may fit the bill quite nicely. In this article, we look at a several such programs, including Apple’s QuickTime Pro, Steve Greenberg’s GSpot Codec Information Appliance, Inlet Technologies’ Semaphore, Jerome Martinez’s MediaInfo, and Sliq Media’s WMSnoop.
Tues., June 17, by Jan Ozer
The Right Profile
Microsoft has released updated codecs and enhanced access to Windows Media-related encoding parameters that enable streaming publishers to improve the quality of Windows Media Video. Should you make the switch?
Special Delivery: High-Def Video
Case studies of Akamai, Hulu, and more reveal different approaches to delivering high-definition video online.

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