Upcoming Industry Conferences
Streaming Media West [13-14 November 2018]
Live Streaming Summit [13-14 November 2018]
Streaming Forum [26 February 2019]
Past Conferences
Streaming Media East 2018 [8-9 May 2018]
Live Streaming Summit [8-9 May 2018]
Content Delivery Summit [7 May 2018]
Streaming Forum [27 February 2018]

StreamingMedia Industry Whitepapers
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Sponsored By: Telestream

Are you delivering quality services and streaming video content? Find out how you can focus on other business priorities while the video quality experts monitor streaming video services to ensure your customers are getting the quality of service and quality of experience they expect. Get the paper The Case for Leveraging the Cloud for Video Service Assurance - Monitor Streaming Video Services, From Anywhere, At Any Time Paper for more information.

Sponsored By: Haivision

For producers and broadcasters with tight budget constraints, planning for a live event involves tough choices between deploying remote production staff and the cost of transmitting video. Learn how you can leverage the latest video streaming technologies to satisfy the demands of remote production workflows and cover a wider range of live events, with multiple camera feeds, without the costly overhead of deploying production teams and OB trucks to each site, or transporting video over satellite or dedicated networks.

In this white paper, you'll learn about:

  • New alternatives for remote production
  • The advantages of using the internet for remote production workflows
  • How to synchronize multiple live video and audio streams from a remote venue

Sponsored By: AWS Elemental

As more and more consumers turn to streaming video to watch live events, reducing latency has become one of the most important challenges facing OTT and other online video providers. This white paper will help readers understand exactly what latency is, what is considered low and even ultra-low latency, and how changes in the video encoding and packaging workflow can help content publishers and distribution platforms reduce latency and provide a better experience for their customers.

Sponsored By: NETINT Technologies

Live video streaming trends are pointing to a growing demand for encoding and transcoding capacity, including more user-generated content, higher video resolutions, and the increased processing associated with high compression codecs that minimize video distribution costs. With live video forecasted to grow 15X between 2016 and 2021, it is time to reassess the technologies and approaches to deliver encodings at scale for the streaming industry.

 In this whitepaper, discover how to deliver an economical, high quality, and scalable cloud encoding architecture for live video streaming.

Sponsored By: Tripleplay

Video is everywhere, it seems. From our social media feeds to website advertising to office reception areas; when it comes to telling a story or delivering a message it is becoming obvious that video is emerging as the preferred method.

It is easy to see why; improving networks and data capabilities for mobile users, cost reduction for media production, instinctive inclination to focus on moving images and a vastly simpler means by which to tell a story have all made video a viable business medium.

However, ensuring the correct platform is selected and ensuring the right strategy is adopted is critical. When it comes to enterprise video you’re not just looking for a solution to cover you for the next six months or even the next six years, but the next decade and more.

To do that you have to be sure you’ve started with the right platform, ensuring that platform can scale, your provider is on a sound footing and the technology will evolve as your needs change. Our seven step strategy will help you understand the considerations you need to make before you start your journey or look to make the next step.

Sponsored By: Bitmovin

Key findings

  • In 2018 264/AVC dominates video codec usage globally, used by 92% of developers in the survey. However, H.265/ HEVC has expanded rapidly, up from less than a third (28%) in 2017.
  • AV1 is poised to accelerate, with double the planned usage rate since 2017, to 29% globally.
  • Apple HLS and MPEG-DASH remain the dominant streaming formats in 2018 with over half of developers surveyed embracing MPEG-DASH and over 3/4 embracing HLS.
  • Software is the most popular and fastest growing choice for video encoders, but hardware encoders continue to hold steady, declining just 3 points in the last year.
  • HTML5 is by far the most widely used format for video and audio delivery, with 87% of providers using it today.
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