Wowza Media Systems has announced support of Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH) nDVR to its Wowza Streaming Engine software, with a new update to version 4.7.6.
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New playback options available with update of Wowza Streaming Engine version 4.7.6 GOLDEN, Colo – August 6, 2018 – Wowza Media Systems today announced support of Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH) nDVR to its award-winning ...Read More
30 seconds of hurt: delays in live streams have caused World Cup confusion, with nearby cheers on more up-to-date streams giving the game away. But broadcasters are working to cut down latency issues.
Around The World In 3 Seconds Or Less; Reach Desktop and Mobile Screens With Lightning-Fast Video Through Wowza Streaming Cloud GOLDEN, Colo.—June 27, 2018—Wowza™ Media Systems, the recognized gold standard in stream...Read More
CineMassive, Haivision, LiveScale, Lumens, Matrox, and Wowza solutions work together to bring high-quality, low-bitrate streaming with SRT transport protocol Montreal — 31 May 2018— Wowza Media Systems™ is proud to join CineMa...Read More
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The SVG and SVG Europe editorial teams were out in full force at last week’s NAB 2018, covering the biggest sports-technology news and delivering daily “SportsTechBuzz at NAB” roundups. Here is a look at the SportsTechBuzz from South Hall.
If direct-to-consumer live-sports-streaming services weren’t already in the mainstream, they sure are now, following the launch of both Disney’s ESPN+ and Turner’s B/R Live this month. Live over-the-top (OTT) technologies and the tools that make them possible were the buzz of the NAB 2018 show floor last week.