Can We Unify HLS and DASH in 2020?
Mux: View From the Top 2019
Mux wants to do what we can to foster and encourage the video developer community because a strong community allows all of us to grow and learn while building and improving amazing projects and companies.
Product Spotlight: Low Latency SRT Protocol
SRT is an open-source protocol, developed by Haivision, which allows broadcasters and streamers to deliver high-quality, low-latency video streams across the public internet. SRT is fast becoming the de facto low latency video streaming standard in the broadcast and streaming industries.
Product Spotlight: Makito X4 Video Encoder
The newly released Makito X4 is Haivision's next generation HEVC/H.265 and AVC/H.264 encoder for ultra low latency streaming of live 4K and HD video over IP.
V-Nova: Executive Predictions 2019
Guido Meardi, CEO and Co-Founder, V-Nova
DVEO: Executive Predictions 2019
Laszlo Zoltan, CEO, DVEO
Encoding at Scale for Live Video Streaming
Many of today's live video encoding solutions require extensive compute resources, limiting the ability of live streaming business models to economically scale. This article will introduce a new real-time video encoding solution, combining the performance of System-on-Chip (SoC) encoding, with innovations from NVMe-based cloud infrastructure, which together provides an economical and high quality solution to deliver encoding at scale for live video streaming.
C-Level Interview: Diane Strutner, CEO, Datazoom
All too often, the online video industry conflates "data" and "metrics." Datazoom's Diane Strutner breaks down the difference, and proposes new ways to handle data, metrcis, and analytics.
Sweet Streams: Optimizing Video Delivery
Nathan Moore, Director, Principal Software Engineer, DevOps, StackPath
Beamr: 2017 Online Video Industry Predictions
Network-crushing bandwidth growth means it's time to revisit H.264 and HEVC codec SDKs to get the most out of your encoding and delivery dollar.
Best Practices for Encoding and Delivering Dolby Audio to Apple Devices
Over the course of this three-part tutorial series, we'll show you how to deliver Dolby Audio via HLS and play it back on any audio endpoint, including device speakers, headphones, or external sound systems via AirPlay or HDMI.
DVEO: 2017 Online Video Industry Predictions
2017 will be the year of ubiquitous streaming, as low-cost, high-powered streaming solutions become even more pervasive.
nanocosmos: 2017 Online Video Industry Predictions
Flash is dying, and HLS and DASH can't offer the same low latency as RTMP. New technologies offer low-latency streaming
Wowza: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions
In this article and video interview, David Stubenvoll, CEO & Co-Founder of Wowza Media Systems, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Sonic Foundry: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions
In this article and video interview, Sean Brown, Senior Vice President of Sonic Foundry, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Osprey Video: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions
Roger Bieri, General Manager of Osprey Video, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
EuclidIQ: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions
Richard Wingard, CEO of EuclidIQ, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
DVEO: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions
Laszlo Zoltan, Vice President of DVEO Division of Computer Modules, Inc., predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Secure Media Streaming and Delivery
Use Amazon Web Services and JW Player to deliver protected HLS video to multiple devices, including iOS, Android, and Windows desktops
Learn How to Quickly Build a Live Streaming Workflow
Wowza Media Systems shows you how to build a live streaming workflow using a mobile device as your video source and Wowza Streaming Cloud to do the rest