Netflix's Video Workflow: Transcoding, Codecs and 4K Streaming
In 2007, Netflix had a humble streaming service that consisted of an Internet Explorer plugin and a couple of thousand titles. Today, there are millions of active Netflix devices including smartphones, tablets, and game consoles.
Insights in Viewability and Measurement in Tech Innovations
This presentation will highlight technology innovations in measurement and the latest viewing trends impacting the digital video ecosystem.
Best Practices For Live Streaming Production
This session will discuss tips and tricks, best practices, and lessons learned regarding the technical setup of live streaming production. Learn how to stream multiple formats, use social networking overlays, and leverage adaptive bitrate streaming.
How Video is Reinventing Education
Moderator: Andy Howard, Howard & Associates; Speakers: Neal Coffey, Syracuse University; Dan Lantz, Fox School of Business; Ifeanyi Okanma, University of Chicago; Peter Schilling, New York University
How to Encode for Multiple Screens
Most publishers today have to distribute to three sets of screens: desktop, mobile, and TV. This session will start by detailing the playback capabilities and technology compatibilities of all three platforms. Then it will explore technical issues.
How to Build a DASH Video Player
As the MPEG-DASH standard grows in popularity, a common question is “Where are the players to consume DASH content?” In this session, we will explore how to consume DASH content, including parsing the manifest, retrieving the segments, and more.
How to Deploy a Video Management System
This presentation will help attendees identify their unique requirements for an effective video management solution. We'll also look at what particular techniques are necessary to deliver high-impact, brand-enforcing messages with video and imagery.
How to Drive Commerce Through Streaming Video
The use of streaming video containing rich product information is becoming more and more commonplace for online commerce. This session will explore best practices, examples, concepts, and future possibilities for how streaming video can drive sales.
How to Choose the Right Online Video Platform for Your Video
While more and more SMBs are using freemium services such as YouTube and Vimeo to address their initial needs, many content owners need more customization and control of their content.
Streaming Media East Keynote: NBC Sports Group
In the keynote, Rick Cordella will analyze the findings around how consumers are using technology, how digital engagement drives television viewership, and how media consumption changes from the previous Winter Games.
Online Distribution and Monetization Strategies for the TV Industry
In this session, we'll explore some of the distribution options for those that want to bring their content to online audiences. The panelists will delve into the pros and cons of sharing content with YouTube or subscription-based services.
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