- A solution to provide live video in a webpage with Gstreamer and WebRTC
- During the NAB, the CTO of Volicon, Gary Learner expose the need of monitoring solution in the OTT streaming.
- Amazon applied some improvements on parallelism management in Elastic Transcoder.
- Jan Ozer gives us an overview of the different codecs (VP9 and HEVC) which can help us to generate UHD content.
- Ericsson completes the acquisition of Red Bee Media
- With the recent acquisition of Edgecast by Verizon, the CDN ecosystem will probably change in the near future.
- NBC during Streaming Media East gives some datas after the last Olympics in Sotchi.
- Netflix made the move to HEVC, but doesn’t see big improvements.
- Harmonic and Elemental top multiscreen encoder market
- Nagra add a stamp from Digital Transmission Licensing Administrator (DTLA), two weeks after the approval by DECE.
- Pre-registrations for the next IBC in Amsterdam are now opened.
- Vantrix just launched f265.org for Open Source HEVC Encoder.
- After many news from Cisco and Google, we can say H264 has won the WebRTC codec debate.
- Kaltura buys TVinci. It will become the swiss army knife of video platforms.
Not many news for the end of April :
- Wowza(R) Media Systems Joins Rackspace Marketplace to Provide End-to-End Live and On-Demand Media Streaming Solutions
- Tim Siglin from Streaming Media Magazine exposes how to build a multiscreen online video workflow
Elemental Pushes Into New Areas at NAB by extending into CPU-based and virtualized environments.
We are now one week after the NAB and we can observe there are less news this weeks. But some are still interesting.
- Create an awesome app based on Adobe AIR, Native Process and ffmpeg. This challenge was done by Joseph Labrecque. He exposed it in a presentation.
- During last NAB, Adobe announced the next version of Primetime, I told about in my last overview. They also made some demos with MPEG-DASH and 4K video.
- Nagra’s FRM receive the DECE approval for streaming of premium content to open devices. That means Nagra’s DRM is now Ultraviolet compliant.
- castLabs, the German company, released open-source DASH applications.
- LG releases its open source Connect SDK