The Ultimate Guide to Live Encoding
In today's competitive online video market—where quality of experience is table stakes—ensuring your team has the right encoder for your unique needs is key. Streaming data must be compressed for efficient delivery without sacrificing quality. While most encoders deliver on this requirement, they vary in terms of performance and feature set.
Key Considerations for Live Encoding
As more and more live streaming content is consumed on a widely disparate group of devices—including both lowerand upper-end mobile phones and tablets, as well as smart TVs and 4K-capable set-top boxes (STBs)—the decisions around choosing a live streaming encoder have grown more complex.
Streaming Media 2023 Trendsetters: WisePlay - Playout
NAB SHOW PRODUCT of the YEAR 2023 WINNER WisePlay Playout is designed to meet the demanding needs of FAST and TV broadcasters.
Streaming Media 2023 Trendsetters: LEXI 3.0 - The Future of Automatic Captioning
Experience LEXI 3.0 - the world's most advanced and accurate automatic captioning solution.
Streaming Media 2023 Trendsetters: Introducing LTN Wave
IP is revolutionizing the media industry, delivering unprecedented innovation, flexibility, and scalability. To reap the full benefits of IP transport, scale their content reach, and drive new monetization opportunities, media organizations need an IP solution that delivers high-reliability, scale, and low latency.
Doing Interactive Streaming the Right Way: Ultra-Low Latency Streaming at Scale With HESP
In recent years, the High Efficiency Streaming Protocol, commonly known as HESP, has significantly enhanced the cost-effectiveness and performance of large-scale ultra-low latency streaming.
Discover LEXI 3.0: The Future of Automatic Captioning
Trusted by leading live streamers and broadcasters worldwide, Lexi 3.0, a new and improved version of Ai-Media's flagship captioning solution, leverages the power of AI to deliver results rivalling human captions, at a fraction of the cost.
Hot Products: Pronology StreamFile Core
Pronology's StreamFile Core™ is a web-based software application for teams that enables them to receive IP video protocols and encode them into editor-friendly file formats, such as ProRes, DNx, XDCAM and H.264/H.265.
TV doesn’t need to be complicated
MWareTV's Cees van Versendaal explains why a one-stop shop managed IPTV service is the key to reducing churn and driving revenue.
Survey Says: Video QC and Monitoring Are Essential for Streaming Quality, QoE, and Customer Retention
Interra Systems and streaming media industry expert Dan Rayburn conducted a survey in 2022 to better understand the steps media companies are taking to quality control (QC) and monitor their content. The survey collected data from media industry decision makers. This white paper digs into the 155 participants' responses and explores key findings, including why companies are implementing QC and monitoring, the extent to which they're doing so, and the key challenges they're facing.
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Automate upload, management and publishing of all media to all platforms through programmable workflow presets.
Tulix Executive Predictions: George Bokuchava
The industry had a very fruitful and interesting 2022. In 2023 we will see continuations and finalizations of some popular initiatives.
Magewell Executive Predictions: Nick Ma
From medical applications to the metaverse, one of the hottest streaming-related topics today is achieving ultra-low latency for near real-time interactivity. Of course, latency has been a key issue for many years, but as streaming became viable for more use cases, the desire to go from seconds to milliseconds has only increased.
Media Processing in the Cloud or On-Prem—Which Is Right for You?
In this article, I'll share some of the situations I've been in that warranted moving to the cloud, and then other situations where it didn't make sense to do so.
How To Master Remote Production
For the show to go on, broadcasters and Hollywood studios must find a way to enable a live and post-production environment for their WFH teammates. That is, to create the same professional broadcastquality output as would be achieved in-studio with high speed, high capacity networks and expensive hardware and applications.
Best Practices for Streaming in Modern Production Workflows
Streaming technologies play an integral role in modern production, whether for producing hybrid or virtual events, powering remote workflows, capturing and delivering live feeds of corporate conferences, and beyond. With streaming technologies ubiquitous in today's market and a wide range of options to choose from, here's how global production teams are leveraging streaming tools across different scenarios to meet a range of needs.
Orchestrating Efficient Remote Production Workflows
Remote production workflows and business models proved crucial in ensuring continuity of service during the pandemic. But the dramatic cost reductions they delivered for production and media companies have given them a permanent position in the industry. They're simply less expensive to deploy and operate while also being much more sustainable, particularly for live events, but also for VOD.
How Do You Ensure Streaming Quality?
Tavant's Charles Olson explains why streaming and quality engineering go hand-in-hand.
A View from the Top with Qwilt CRO Jesper Knutsson
Streaming Media VP & Editor-in-Chief interviews Qwilt CRO Jesper Knutsson