Using AWS To Create An End-To-End HLS Streaming Stack
See how you can create an end-to-end production quality HLS streaming stack using the AWS ecosystem. Learn the best practices for ingesting, transcoding, packaging, delivering and playing back media on multiple devices using HLS.
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Choosing an Enterprise-Class Video Encoder
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Instagram vs. Vine: Hands On With Social Video Apps
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MPEG-DASH: Commercial Deployments and Outlook Towards HEVC and 4K
This panel gives frontline reports on the first trials and commercial MPEG-DASH deployments, presents available products that enable the end-to-end delivery of MPEG-DASH content, and gives demos of MPEG-DASH on various platforms.