Virtual Video Control Room Powers LiveX During New Year’s Eve in Times Square
The Virtual Video Control Room enables the management of large-scale live streaming productions entirely in the cloud, connecting remote teams together as if they are sharing a single set
Live Sports TV Executive Predictions: Cloud-Based Production Is the Future
The pandemic accelerated trends that were already in motion, and now cloud workflows with distributed workers are here to stay.
Magewell Executive Predictions: 5G, the Cloud, and GPU-Powered AI
As beneficial as 5G can be itself, we believe a combination of 5G, the cloud, and GPU-powered AI will enable revolutionary advances in streaming production.
nanocosmos Executive Predictions: Interactive Live Streaming is More Important Than Ever
Even as physical events return, at least hybrid approaches are required to connect audiences virtually, with the highest Quality of Experience (QoE) and Quality of Service (QoS).
Rivet Logic Integrates Virtual Fundraising Solution with Amazon IVS for Low Latency Live Streaming
Company debuts streaming service deployment for Code of Support Foundation hybrid event
How business makes streaming faster and cheaper with CDN and HESP support
Alex Peterson explores how HESP integration helps G-Core Labs ensure a high video streaming transmission rate for e-sports and gaming, efficient scalability for e-learning and telemedicine and high quality and minimum latencies for online streams, media and TV broadcasters.
AWS for Media & Entertainment: View from the Top 2021
Five solution areas are key for media and entertainment companies: content production, media supply chain & archive, broadcast, D2C & streaming, and data science and analytics
Edgecast: View from the Top 2021
Content will always be king, but user experience—from personalized streams to personalized advertising—is becoming nearly as important in attracting and retaining viewers
Zixi: View from the Top 2021
Software-defined and virtualized workflows provide a degree of responsiveness that is impossible to replicate in any other manner. For that reason, we are seeing more and more large-scale media enterprises pivot towards increasingly end-to-end cloud-based workflows.
Mux: View from the Top 2021
This last year, video became a crucial component of every major business across the world, and even as things return to normal, development teams need to find easy, scalable, and rapidly deployable solutions.
Tulix: View from the Top 2021
Live linear channels have grown in number, as has the video quality they are delivering. And advances in hardware and software have reduced the cost of launching channels significantly.
Empowering Live Streams with Accessibility Solutions
Two solutions from EEG Video are emerging as essential tools to ensure quality closed captioning for virtual events: Falcon Live Streaming Encoder and Lexi Automatic Captioning Service. Together, they form a suite that makes it easy and affordable to include closed captions and ensure online event accessibility for the hearing impaired.
Product Spotlight: Magewell Ultra Encode
Supporting multiple encoding formats and a wide array of delivery protocols, Magewell's Ultra Encode family of universal live media encoders offers video professionals and systems integrators a flexible and affordable encoding solution for applications ranging from live streaming and remote contribution to IP-based production workflows.
Product Spotlight: Epiphan Pearl-2
Epiphan's Pearl-2 hardware encoder is a video switcher, recorder, streamer, splitter, and scaler all in one.
Explore New Frontiers in Real Time Video Streaming
Ant Media Server with clustering capability works with AWS CloudFormation to deliver ultra-low latency streaming
Margins in Streaming Market Will Erode in 2021; Diversification is Key
Partnerships Will Be Key to Success in 2021
Remote Production Workflows Will Continue to Evolve in 2021
Hybrid Model Will Take Hold in Enterprise, Education, and Events
Video Will Be Even More Crucial to Corporate Culture in 2021