TV Everywhere Trends and What They Mean for the Future of Television
While over-the-top video services are gaining momentum, cable and satellite companies continue to build up TV Everywhere, their own online streaming option. TVE has been a slow starter, but it has two big advantages.
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This presentation helps attendees identify their unique requirements for an effective digital asset management (DAM) solution. We identify the mistakes that many buyers make and provide advice on best practices.
Measuring the ROI on HEVC Deployment
While HEVC is still many months away from mainstream deployment, it is important for companies to take an ROI-centric look at the technology and evaluate where and when it makes sense to incorporate HEVC into their transcoding and content workflows.
Best Practices for Webcasting Sporting Events
During a first day Streaming Media West panel, Shannon Rutherford, manager of video systems engineering for digital media at the NFL, explained how his company organizes digital workflows for remote and in-house productions.
Building Streaming Apps: Choosing The Right Devices & Platforms
Should set-top box and connected TV apps focus on providing video on-demand or live linear feeds? The answer is both, says Ziba Kaboli-Gerbrands, director of content acquisition for Roku, speaking at Streaming Media West 2014.
HOW TO: Building a Streaming HTML5 Video Player
With the adoption of Media Source Extensions (MSE) into modern browsers, it is now possible to stream video directly to browsers without plug-ins. This session explores how these players can be built and what video formats can be used.
HOW TO: Building Enhanced Video With JW Player
Using JW Player as a canvas, you learn how to build a video playback experience that includes everything from poster frames to navigation markers (chapters) to scrub bar thumbnails to playlists and more. We also explore enhanced streaming options.