Mobile manufacturers should check out iPhone. This should almost be a prerequisite for any company building a smartphone with streaming media capabilities. Many of the latest mobile devices can play streaming video but many displays provide unacceptable viewing quality. This must get better. Content providers want their videos to have a superior showing for all delivery options. For this to happen many smartphones have a to get better in terms of processor, screen, and playback options. Now even though some companies might not want to implement Apple’s iphone streaming technology, the playback experience cannot be denied. Therefore mobile manufacturers should check out the iPhone if for nothing more than seeing their competition.
Our Mobile Streaming Training teaches students how to deliver On-demand Streaming and Live Streaming video content to iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, Android and other mobile devices. This training is a half day class designed to get you up and running quickly. You’ll learn the Streaming Server Set-up side of things with Wowza Media Server 2. You’ll also learn the video encoding processes for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, Android and other mobile devices.
Students will learn in this training:
• Set-up for On-demand Streaming for iPhone and iPod Touch
• Set-up for On-demand Streaming for iPad
• Set-up for Live Streaming for iPhone and iPod Touch
• Set-up for Live Streaming for iPad
• Multiple Bit Rate iPhone Streaming (On-demand)
• Set-up for On-demand Streaming for Mobile Devices
• Redirect Set-up for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mobile Devices
Software Featured in Class
• Wowza Media Server
• Sorenson Squeeze
1. On-demand Streaming for iPhone and iPod Touch
Your instructor will walk you through the process of the set-up for the Wowza Media Server 3 for On-demand Streaming to iPhone and iPod Touch. This section of the class will cover server set-up and video compression for On-demand Streaming to your Apple devices.
2. On-demand Streaming for iPad
This portion of the hands-on training will walk you through the set-up of On-demand Streaming for the iPad with the Wowza Media Server 3. This section of the class will cover server set-up and video compression for On-demand Streaming to the iPad.
3. Live Streaming for iPhone and iPod Touch
Your instructor will guide you through the process of Live Streaming set-up with Wowza Media Server 3 for the iPhone and iPod Touch. This portion of the training will teach you how to set up your Live Encoder for Live Streaming to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
4. Live Streaming for iPad
In this training module you’ll learn how to set up Live Streaming for the iPad. You’ll learn about the Wowza Media Server set-up as well as how to configure your Live Encoder for Live Streaming. You instructor will provide hands-on instruction for video encoding to the iPad.
5. Multiple Bit Rate Streaming for iPhone (On-demand)
In this section of the training students will learn the set-up for On-demand Multiple Bit Rate Streaming for the iPhone. This part of the training will teach you how to prepare the proper items server side with Wowza. You’ll also learn how to encode various multiple data rate video files for iPhone delivery.
6. On-demand Streaming for Mobile Devices
This training module will teach you how to configure your Wowza Media Server for Real-time Streaming to Blackberry, Android and other mobile devices. Students will also learn how to encode their videos for On-demand Real-time Streaming to mobile devices.
7. Redirect Set-up for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mobile Devices
This portion of the training will teach attendees how configure redirect to their particular mobile devices. Configuring redirect is better than having links for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, Android and other devices. You’ll actually learn how to provide a set-up that redirects your viewers to the appropriate device if they’re not viewing from a computer workstation.
Give us a call about signing up to attend one of our Mobile Streaming Trainings On-line or in Orlando. Call Freeman Compression Inc. at 407.477.5837 for more information or E-mail us at email@example.com. Individuals from any country can attend our On-line training classes.
Wowza Media Server 2 is key for iPad Streaming whether it be for Live Streaming or On-demand. Those who chose to implement Wowza have an advantage for streaming to the Desktop, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and a host of mobile devices that support RTSP streaming. The Streaming Server holds many benefits and the fact that Wowza can satisfy the iPad Streaming phenomenon is important. If you’d like learn more about the ins and outs of Wowza and streaming to the iPad attend one of our 1-Day Wowza Media Server Training classes.
Call Freeman Compression Inc. at 407.477.5837 for more information or E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Individuals from any country can attend our On-line training classes.
Mobile Streaming Classes will be launching in November 2010 at Freeman Compression Inc.. This is development is to meet the growing demand for those needing to stream to mobile devices. This class will teach students about the video encoding process for mobile delivery as well as the necessary Streaming Server set-up for mobile streaming. If you need to target various mobile devices for streaming, this is the class for you. Stay tuned for more information as well as an upcoming class schedule for our Mobile Streaming Training Class.
Processors and screen displays are two important elements for Mobile Streaming. The fact that many of the latest mobile devices support the H.264 codec is a great thing. Many of the most popular Streaming Servers also support streaming delivery of H.264. With these two items in place the responsibility now falls on the mobile devices that companies and making. To experience success in today’s mobile market with streaming Smartphones must get better.
Processing power is very important as the delivery of H.264 is more challenging than MPEG-4 on the decoding end. It’s great that many mobile devices are ready to delivery excellent streaming. However, there are many Smartphones that aren’t ready for ‘prime-time’. Outside processors, screen displays carry a heavy burden of making mobile streaming better. There are many Smartphones that have poor screen displays but it’s great that many have wonderful displays. As consumers look towards the option to watch streaming video on there mobile devices the successful ones will undoubtedly have better processors and screen displays. We should all be thankful for the companies that have already delivered to the market Smartphones with processors and displays perfectly ripe for mobile streaming.