An interesting technical Streaming Media East session on simulating a live stream by using on-demand video files, in this case the VEVO TV live video channel. It is based on …
This is a project I have been working on the last weeks, which I wanted to share since it is applicable to a lot of existing red-button advertisement workflows. 5 …
Last week, Glenn Eguchi, Andrew Wallace and I presented at the Adobe Media Server user group meeting an overview on how to setup a fault tolerant origin server and live …
A very insightful and technically profound upcoming user group meeting with Glenn Eguchi, Andrew Wallace and myself on Adobe Media Server 5 Robustness and Failover.
An in-depth session to understand the …
RTMFP is the protocol behind Flash’s powerful P2P technology, which empowers websites such as Chatroulette, Airtime, or Haxball. It’s also behind the P2P Android 3G mobile test, and the Overdigital Videochat on the picture above (please note, this is not Michael, but a demo of a RTMFP based call).
Adobe recently submitted RTMPF to the IETF to become a HTML web standard. I had the chance to chat with Michael Thornburgh, Senior Computer Scientist at Adobe, and co-creator of RTMFP.
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.
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