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403 Madison Ave N.
Suite 240

Bainbridge Island WA 98110

Phone: 323-908-1628
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VideoRx specializes in Wowza Streaming Engine integration for live and VOD workflows. Our lead video solutions architect, Robert Reinhardt, is a Streaming Media All-Star and fluent in the complex realm of evolving streaming and encoding technologies. We can assist in clarifying business requirements (including security needs), identify appropriate off-the-shelf solutions, provide remote and on-site staff training and mentoring, or assemble agile, scalable teams to develop complete custom strategies. VideoRx also offers a propriety cloud-based encoding, hosting and delivery system to optimize adaptive video quality and reduce streaming costs. We’ve seen it all. Let VideoRx be your fix.

This company is listed in the following categories:
Mobile VideoOnline Video PlatformsOTT VideoVideo Advertising
Video Content Protection/DRMVideo Encoding/TranscodingVideo Formats/Players/CodecsVideo Hosting/Delivery
Education VideoEnterprise VideoGovernment VideoMedia/Entertainment Video
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Articles Mentioned
Real World Comparisons of H.265 and H.264 Compression
In this session, learn if and how H.265 compression and deployment options can be used in typical online streaming workflows, and, more importantly, if your target audiences can benefit.
VideoRx's 2015 View From The Top
Robert Reinhardt, CTO VideoRx
HOW TO: H.265 vs. H.264—An Under-the-Hood Assessment
Learn if and how H.265 compression and deployment options can be used in typical online streaming workflows, and whether or not your target audiences can benefit.
Creating a Consistent Branded Interface When Using JW Player
The main reason to step up from free alternatives such as YouTube is to create a custom look. Here's how to achieve it with JW Player.
H.265: Here's the Good News, the Bad News, and What to Expect
Does H.265 double the compression ratio compared to H.264? Perhaps not, but users will still see much smaller file sizes.

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