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In a recent project where we were setting up recording of a continuously running live video stream, we stumbled upon one of the latter; a bug so bedeviling that I am compelled to write about it in the hopes that I might save fellow coders from falling prey to such a fiendish bug.
When you consider that over the past 5 years mobile devices have risen from 0.9% to over 15% of all internet traffic, it’s become increasingly important to make sure that there is at least a basic level of support for mobile users in anything you build. While there are new tools and technologies popping up daily to help make that easier, there are still an incredible number of challenges involved.
The team at RealEyes creates a lot of code. We want to make sure the code we create for our clients is the best it can be. To ensure the delivery of a quality product, our development (DEV) and quality assurance (QA) processes are always evolving. Read on to learn more about some of the ways we test at RealEyes.
Wowza is at it again, folks. But this time they’re teaming up with Microsoft to bring content protection to the next level and reach even more users than they already do. Learn more about how they’re using MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) for live broadcast streaming delivery with Common Encryption.
Adding speech recognition to a mobile application sounds like something that would be too difficult to be worth the while. Well, that may not necessarily be the case. If you’re building an AIR application for Android, there are some very easy ways to add in voice commands or speech recognition. If you want to take your app hands free, add in some richness, put in voice chat, or make a game with voice controls, speech recognition, check this post out.
OSMF 1.6 and higher supports the inclusion of one or more alternative audio tracks with a single HTTP video stream. This practice, referred to as “late-binding audio”, allows content providers to deliver video with any number of alternate language tracks without having to duplicate and repackage the video for each audio track.