Wowza Streaming Engine Training is available with the latest version 4.6 of the server software at Freeman Compression. This training class gives users important skills that will help them in determining streaming workflows to go along side of the Wowza Media Systems software. In addition to learning how Wowza Streaming Engine works underneath the hood and how to implement various configurations, students will learn about encoding, webpage creation, media player implementation and video analysis. Coming soon, we’ll show students how to also implement their On-demand and Live Streaming content within the Joomla! CMS.
Contact us about signing up to attend one of our 1-Day Wowza Streaming Engine Trainings On-line, On-site or in Columbus, Ohio. Call Freeman Compression Inc. at 407.477.5837 for more information or e-mail us at email@example.com. Contact us about training times for your country if you are an international student.
Convert multiple .MOD files with MPEG Streamclip to improve your video compression workflows. MPEG Streamclip created by SQUARED 5 has long been one of my favorite video compression and encoding tools for close to 10 years. It’s by far one of the best free video and audio encoding tools that I’ve seen around. In addition, it’s a wonderful tool for performing batch compression or converting of files from one format to another. If you need to convert multiple .MOD files from .MOV, H.264 or to other formats, then consider using MPEG Streamclip. Now, when I talk of multiple file conversion I’m talking about converting/encoding 100 or 200 files. You can convert even more files if you’d like.
To get a feel of some of the other tasks you can do with MPEG Streamclip review some of the previous blog write-ups below:
Converting hundreds of MOD video files to .MOV
Working with MPEG-1 Muxed Media Files
Making Video Adjustments Encoding with MPEG Streamclip
If you’d like to learn more hands-on tasks, you can attend one of our 2-Day Video Streaming and Compression Training classes. Give us a call to sign up to attend our 2-Day Video Streaming and Compression Trainings On-site, On-line, in Orlando, Florida or Columbus, Ohio. Call Freeman Compression Inc. at 407.477.5837 for more information or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact us about training times for your country if you are an international student. You can also call for video or audio encoding consulting if you’re not interested in one of the trainings
Video Streaming Training discusses encoding options. In our 2-Day Video Streaming and Compression Training we teach students about encoding for Downloadable Streaming, Real-time Streaming, HTML5 and Adaptive Streaming. Class attendees will also learn how to encode their videos for Mobile Devices, Tablets and iOS devices. If you need to get up-to-speed with compressing videos quickly, then attend Day 1 of the Video Streaming and Compression Training class. It will be extremely beneficial. The various training modules provided in this training will educate you more about best practices for encoding and best workflows for accomplishing your streaming media projects. During the training, your instructor will share various tools and services that will help you accomplish your media delivery goals.
Give us a call about signing up to attend one of our 2-Day Video Streaming and Compression Trainings to learn about the various encoding options available. You can attend the training On-site, On-line or in Orlando, Florida. Call Freeman Compression Inc. at 407.477.5837 for more information or e-mail us at email@example.com. Contact us about training times for your country if you are an international student.
ViewCast Corporation, a developer of industry-leading solutions for the transformation, management and delivery of digital media over IP and mobile networks, announced the release of Niagara SCX 6.2 – an enhanced version of the company’s powerful streaming media management software that now supports HTTP-based adaptive streaming to Apple iPhone, iPad and iTouch mobile devices. New features include integrated segmenting, adaptive bit-rate encoding, support for CDN authentication protocols, and built-in AES-128 encryption. Niagara SCX software supports all of the most popular media formats, including Adobe Flash Dynamic Streaming, Windows Media, RealVideo, 3GPP and others.
“The adaptive and dynamic capabilities that we’ve brought to Niagara SCX 6.2 will markedly improve the live streaming delivery experience for both broadcasters and iPhone users,” said Dave Stoner, President and CEO of ViewCast. “By eliminating the need for an external stream segmenter, we have also simplified encoding workflows and reduced overall system costs. Adaptive HTTP streaming for Apple iPhone mobile devices is the first of many extended features that we have planned for Niagara SCX v6 software in 2010.”
Telestream announced that Studio Hamburg Media Consult International (MCI) selected its Pipeline and Episode products for a major tapeless IT workflow project that was recently completed for Studio Berlin Adlershof (SBA), the new technical operator of TV.Berlin and Hamburg 1 in Germany. Telestream’s Pipeline Quad network video capture system and Episode Engine Pro transcoding server software provide the speed, quality and automation needed for time-critical news workflows at these facilities.
Telestream products play an important role in tapeless workflows,” said Martin Brosthaus, Product Manager at Studio Hamburg MCI. “Pipeline Quad allows edit while ingest which speeds the video capture process. Episode Engine Pro provides broad support for all required formats and delivery of high-quality output at incredible speeds.”
Installation was completed at new premises for TV.Berlin which began operation in May 2009. Hamburg 1 underwent a complete facility redesign which went live in July. The tapeless IT workflows at both facilities are virtually identical, incorporating an Apple XSAN production environment and a high degree of automation.
“Studio Hamburg is one of the largest TV and film production facilities in Europe. We are pleased that Episode and Pipeline were chosen to play such a key role in this state-of-the art tapeless workflow,” said Barbara DeHart, VP of Marketing at Telestream. “These products are ideally suited to provide the speed, quality and level of automation required for this project.”
The central component for ingest is Telestream’s Pipeline Quad four-channel network video capture system which is automatically controlled by various ingest workstations via standard LAN technology. Pipeline control software provides scheduled recording or crash recording of live sources as well as log and capture from tape sources. A key Pipeline advantage is that all four channels can be accessed from any computer on the network. The ability to record open QuickTime files is an important feature, allowing edit while ingest for time-critical workflows.
Episode Engine transcoding also plays an important role in these tapeless workflows for editing in different formats and providing the required DV format for the playout servers. Raw material and reports are transcoded on a largely automated basis with the help of Episode presets and watch folders. A low resolution browse copy is created in parallel for the editorial system. Episode provides a variety of input interfaces such as file monitors, FTP monitors and watch folders which allow easy integration in mixed Windows and Apple network environments.
According to Brosthaus, “Episode Engine and powerful Apple hardware provide a cost-effective and easy-to-operate solution for professional transcoding workflows in time-critical news environments like TV.Berlin and Hamburg 1.”
Max Below, Head of Studio Hamburg MCI Product, adds “Modern components which can save
resources, such as the network-based Pipeline and Episode Engine, make completely new methods of automation possible.”
Pipeline and Episode Engine are being demonstrated at the International Broadcasters Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam September 11-15, 2009 in Telestream Stand 7.C19.