The Streaming Toolbox: GrayMeta Iris Anywhere, Vimond VIA Live, and StreamClick
The latest installment of the Streaming Toolbox looks at a remote production tool for creating interactive content, a scheduling tool for delivering live and live linear programming, and a collaborative quality-control (QC) tool for source file analysis.
The Algorithm Series: QUIC Ways to Stream
Will 2022 be the year UDP finally shows its streaming mettle? The Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC) protocol might make the difference. First, though, OTT platforms need to make technical decisions about HTTP/3 that could further fragment the market.
Moving Streaming Production to the Cloud
The first thing to think about when considering a move to cloud production as an alternative to traditional, centralized, on-prem production workflows is, why the cloud? It's because it has specific advantages for certain applications. Whenever you're thinking about the cloud, you need to be thinking about how it will benefit you and your productions.
Why Should Broadcasters Make the Switch to the Cloud?
Broadcasting has been behind streaming in its embrace of the cloud, but the rewards of making the switch can be significant. We talk to executives from American Public Television, WarnerMedia, Paramount+, and Streaming Global to get their take on why you should make the change if you haven't already.
Take the Content and Revenue Protection Trends 2021 Survey
Share your insights on how DRM and piracy affects you personally and professionally, and enter for the chance to win a $500 Amazon gift card.
3 Questions to Ask Before Making an Online Video
It's not so simple as "Post it and they will watch." Ask these three questions to make sure every video achieves your goals and finds the audience it deserves
Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards Nomination Deadline Extended Until August 20
We've got two new categories this year—Best Streaming Innovation and Best New Streaming Company—along with 23 other categories from analytics to webcasting and everything in between. We've extended the nomination deadline to August 20, so don't delay.
The Streaming Toolbox: Vegas Stream, axle ai, and Lumen Orchestrator
A trio of products and services tailor-made for today's work-from-home streaming producers and engineers, combining pro-quality live streams with cloud-based content management and multi-CDN edge delivery.
On Broadway and Online
BroadwayHD's Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley have made it their mission to bring the theater to people's homes. But it's a lot more than pointing a camera at the stage; they've helped create a new and different experience.
Review: Teradek Airmix Solo
Airmix comes in two versions: the full-featured Airmix iOS video production suite ($29.99 per month), and the free Airmix Solo. This article will touch on some of the differentiating features of each version. We'll also explore how Airmix Solo works and how you can use it to elevate your live streams with minimal additional investment.
The Past, Present, and Future of Per-Title Encoding
Video encoding began as a one-dimensional data rate adjustment that reflected the simple reality that all videos encode differently is now a complex analysis that incorporates frame rate, resolution, color gamut, and dynamic ranges, as well as delivery network and device-related data, along with video quality metrics.
Multi-CDN is Firmly Established; Edge Compute Has Yet to Take Hold
The findings of the Content Delivery and Edge Compute Trends survey, in partnership with StackPath, reveal an industry in transition.
Review: Moscow State University Video Quality Measurement Tool
If you're serious about experimenting with different codecs and/or encoding parameters, MSU's Video Quality Measurement Tool is an essential tool, and version 13 brings some welcome improvements.
Managing Inputs And Outputs For Video Conferencing Platforms and Webcasts
The target audience for this article is anyone who is interested in knowing what gear and skill sets are required to produce a virtual live-stream event and experience.
How to Produce Remote Interviews With Telestream Rendezvous in Wirecast 14.1
Through its Rendezvous feature, Telestream's Wirecast was one of the first video mixers to enable completely customizable multiple-party conferencing in 2017. Telestream has upgraded the feature's functionality in several subtle but critical ways, which I'll discuss in this article.
The Streaming Toolbox: Push Live, MediaMelon, and Ryff
This issue, I'm focusing on products from the world of advertising. Push Live is used to deliver live broadcasts to multiple destinations while providing customized branding for monetization on different platforms or in different regions. MediaMelon's SmartSight for Ads delivers detailed analytics and QoE for ad-supported content. While both of these products respond to existing market needs, the last product—Ryff—sets out to create a whole new market altogether.
How to Simplify Complex Remote Productions With NDI, Microsoft Teams, and vMix
At present, Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business are the only two videoconferencing apps that support NDI. We have built our remote streaming solutions around Teams. Here's how it works.
Going Pro with Remote Production
You're here. The guests are there. The audience is everywhere else. Here is an article that's chock-full of tips, tricks, and links for making it all come together in your latest remote production.
Investing in AI Is Just as Important as Content for Streaming Services
When it comes to giving viewers what they want and encouraging them to stick around, robust and effective AI strategies can play a crucial role
ttconv Simplifies Subtitling and Captioning
Thanks to ttconv, a new format converter, adding timed text to video is becoming simpler and more efficient, and Facebook is already embracing it