Networking is increasingly important throughout the broadcast chain. This webcast picks out the fundamentals that underpin SMPTE ST 2110 and that help deliver video streaming services. We’ll piece them together and explain how they work, leaving you with more confidence in talking about and working with technologies such as multicast video and HTTP Live Streaming (HLS).
Date: Tomorrow, Wednesday December 11th, 9am CET and 5pm CET.
Axon’s series of webinars looking stepping through broadcasting in IP from the very beginnings has been working up through the topics and now comes to managing redundancy within an IP architecture.
Led by Peter Schut, CTO of Axon, he looks at SMPTE ST 2022-7 which is the standard method of seamless switching allowing redundancy in the paths and the streams. But, of course, there are many other ways of creating redundant IP systems including managing redundancy at the network level as well as the device level.
This webinar happens at two times. Once in the morning for europe and once in the afternoon.
Tomorrow, December 11th, 8 AM PST / 11 AM EST / 4 PM GMT
The important aspects of writing and developing streaming apps aren’t always clear to the beginner and adding video to apps high on the list for many companies. This can be a very simple menu of videos to delivering premium content for paid subscribers. This webinar is perfect for web developers, independent coders, creative agencies, students and anyone who has a basic understanding of programming concepts but little-to-zero knowledge of video development.
In this talk, Bitmovin Developer Evangelist, Andrea Fassina and Technical Product Marketing Manager, Sean McCarthy will share a variety of lessons learned, on topics such as:
What are the most common video app requirements and why?
What are common beginner mistakes with video streaming?
What are the key components of a video streaming service?
How do you measure the quality of a streaming service?
What are some quick tips to quickly improve video experience?
DVB-I is an initiative to develop technical standards for television to be delivered over IP, whether over-the-top or over the internet. DVB-I works with DVB-T (terrestrial), DVB-S (satellite) and DVB-C (cable) broadcast standards so accessing services feels the same whichever delivery channel is used.
DVB-I makes the best use of the different capabilities of each channel:
– People who don’t have broadcast television can still receive services
– Devices that don’t include DVB tuners can still receive services
– New services are possible which wouldn’t be possible on conventional broadcast platforms
There are many separate ways of achieving a hybrid of OTT-delivered and broadcast-delivered content, but they are not necessarily interoperable. DVB aims to solve the interoperability issue, along with the problem of service discovery with DVB-I. As the internet is global, also DVB-I will allow global distribution of programming, whilst still honouring licensing agreements and regulatory requirements.
This webinar from DVB will cover what DVB-I is, the key use cases, it’s current status and the future timeline. The webinar will also look at service discovery, service lists and end by discussing programme metadata.