Aside from being an Adobe Solution Partner, RealEyes Connect is also an Adobe Authorized Training Center. That being said, we take all facets of very seriously. The purpose of this post is to familiarize the readers with our approach to training versus traditional training methods and other training providers.
10 steps to creating a new VHost for your FMS server and pointing its application directory to where you have your workspace.
Adobe Media Server 5 (formerly known as Adobe Flash Media Server) is now officially released and shipping. Along with a name change that clearly demonstrates its ubiquity across all platforms, AMS 5 has a great list of improved and new features that are available right out of the box.
To better clarify, the Adobe Media Server product line (formerly known as Flash Media Server) began shipping June 21st 2012, in a staggered release format.
RealEyes is putting on an Adobe Media Server (AMS) 5 training program this June. This custom course was created from our 7+ years of working with FMS and AMS servers and their use in real-world deployments. Come join us for our inaugural AMS 5 class this June on the 18th and 19th.
The point of this post is to emphasize just how important it really is to listen to all of the requirements before making any judgments and beginning to endeavor down that solution’s path. There are always multiple solutions to a problem. We help to determine the best solution
Part 1 of this series discussed HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) at a fairly high level. The next few editions in the series will explore some of the more powerful features that make using this protocol advantageous. Multi-bitrate stream switching and file encryption are two important features that we’ll cover in the very near future, as they’re very big reasons to stream over any protocol. However, in this article I’d like to discuss a brand new feature of the Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) known as “late-binding audio”.
The RealEyes team explains how you can leverage P2P technology in the Flash Platform. Read our latest article in Adobe’s Developer Connection.
David Hassoun and Jun Heider of the RealEyes team will be presenting at MAX 2009 October 4–7 in Los Angeles.
RealEyes Media has been working at fever-pitch for the last few months to bring you the most Flash-tastic event in Denver’s history: Rocky Mountain Adobe Camp.