The idea of being able to upload recordings to Connect can be an attractive thing under the right circumstances. The two most common use cases are when a recording needs to be repaired because of an audio issue (this is probably going to be done by Adobe or a savvy support person with your reseller) and wanting multiple versions of the same recording.
Wowza has been growing up as a product well placed to take over the streaming media world. As a result of their attention to focusing on ease of use and an ability to reach every screen they have created the new industry leader in streaming media technology. Because of this we have come to see the Wowza Streaming Engine (WSE) as the most future proof option you can purchase.
Varnish Summits are coming to Europe. Get signed up and feel free to check out the session recording from the session we did at the Varnish Summit NYC 2014!
A list of top 10 sites that I tend to reference to find out the latest trends, as well as what’s going on in the eLearning world.
Traditionally, software training comes in three basic flavors: live with an instructor, online with a live instructor or on demand when you need it. Each has its benefits, drawbacks and variations. I’ll stick to the KISS method and cover the big points.
RealEyes is now offering Wowza Media Server training! Our training courses are broken down into half-day and whole-day online sessions with custom course options also available. RealEyes puts our knowledge and expertise gained from (10+) years experience installing, deploying, customizing and supporting media servers into the training courses we offer.
Over the last seven years, I have become very familiar with what various web conferencing solutions offer. Each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Since we can’t get all the manufacturers to come together to build a single super web conferencing tool — we’ll just have to stick with the tool that best fits our needs.
Being a strong competitor in the streaming media marketplace, Wowza has quickly risen to the top and offered its users flexibility, scalability and possibility.
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.
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.