Even though I normally don’t respond to other blog posts, Dan Rayburn’s post from this morning definitely deserves some comments (or a discussion panel during the next Streaming Media conference). Dan is a well-respected streaming media veteran, who has been deeply involved with the industry for the last decade.
An amazing video about the history and the success of Adobe Pass, and how it changed the broadcast world.
Approximately 98 percent of pay TV households in the U.S. are …
Adobe Media Server 5 features support for closed captioning. But why is it important, and what are the options?
This year accessibility with closed captioning became a critical component for online video with the The Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA).
Unless you’ve been working in the streaming industry for years, the streaming protocol options are overwhelming to say the least. Here is a quick guide to give you an overview of the current options.
A must-attend session for all streaming technologists from Adobe’s streaming guru Sarge Sargent. Mark your calendar!
AMSUG Meeting Tuesday, August 28st @ 10:00 a.m. (MST)
Sarge is …
The Open Source Media Framework 2.0 is now available as a free open source upgrade.
The OSMF Adaptive Streaming provides two modes: i) Manual switching and ii) Automatic switching. As …
PHDS is not related to higher education, but is a very powerful option to stream protected content to Flash and Adobe AIR clients. If you don’t have to protect your …
Released a couple of weeks ago, Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming combines the features of streaming, with the advantages of HTTP scalability. Besides traditional RTMP streaming, and the P2P functionality of …