Posts Tagged 'stream'

Winnov Newsletter – August 2013 Edition

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How You Buy a Streaming Solution Can Be Just as Important as What You Buy

By Steve Vonder Haar

The economics of business streaming are changing right before our eyes.

Not so long ago, companies that wanted to deploy streaming technology platforms for their own use had few options to consider when investing in these solutions. In most cases, these organizations would write a big check up-front – sometimes paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in a single shot – to deploy comprehensive ...

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Shoot, Switch, Stream: Field Guide to Live Webcast Production Solutions

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Preparing for and streaming a live-switched production can prove to be much more challenging than capturing a classroom lecture and converting it into content destined for on-demand viewing. Shoot, Switch, Stream explores the steps of the video switching and webcasting workflow and also provides an in-depth look at production personnel, equipment and tools required to produce and deliver a professional live-switched webcast.

Shoot, Switch, Stream is the second installment from the Streaming Media Field Guide series which focuses on specific tasks ...

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Stream High-quality Video Content, Not Visual Mush

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Streaming video technology platforms are handling tougher tasks than ever before – a positive development given the demands companies are making of solutions that help to create, manage and distribute online video content.

High-quality systems today can help organizations capture video, package it in accessible content portals, shepherd the distribution of the content on corporate networks and track exactly when and how users are watching specific video programming. Sometimes it seems that ...

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Winnov Newsletter – June 2012 Edition

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Deliver Higher Quality Content to More Viewers

Adaptive bit rate streaming enables you to deliver seamless, higher quality content to a wider range of viewers.

How does it work? In its most basic form, a single source is encoded at different bit rates and the resulting encodings are split up into fragments that are typically a few seconds long. The files are then uploaded to a media server. When a viewer wants to watch the online video, a ...

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