Adobe Talks DASH Implementations at Streaming Media East
Before he took part in a Streaming Media East 2014 panel on "DASH in the Real World," Kevin Streeter, sr. software architect for Adobe, sat down for an interview with StreamingMedia.com. First, he explained the current state of MPEG-DASH deployment.
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Anvato Brings Broadcast Quality to Video Producers in the Field
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Starz: Why Creating Original Online Videos Is a Smart Move
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