On Thursday December 5th, at 2pm ET, I’ll be moderating another StreamingMedia.com webinar, this time on the topic of, “MPEG-DASH & HTTP Adaptive Streaming.” Today we have a multitude of protocols that are optimized for the delivery of video to specific viewing environments including broadcast TV, Desktop PCs, and mobile/tablets. While solutions like HLS by Apple, HDS by Adobe and Microsoft’s Smooth Streaming, have paved the initial way, a universal deployment approach is gaining a lot of attention. HTTP streaming is now the most dominant approach to streaming for premium content owners and enterprise class deployments.
The DASH-IF recently published the DASH-AVC/264 Implementation Guidelines and launched interoperability tests amongst its members. DASH has the promise to harmonize across the viewing environments and make it easier to publish content to all of these devices, without having distinct sets of infrastructure to support them. So what does this mean for you…today? In this Q&A session join the MPEG-DASH IF and key industry panelists as they share experiences and address your questions and concerns relating to:
- Ad insertion
- Multichannel audio
- 4K/UHD Video Streaming
- Legacy systems, installations
Attendees will benefit from first hand experiences of the MPEG-DASH experts and learn what’s up next. We’ll have a full Q&A session and as always, all StreamingMedia.com webinars are free too attend.