Presenting our 2017 list of the 100 companies doing the most interesting and innovative work in streaming video. We're shining a spotlight on the companies that enable the creation and delivery of today's video revolution.
This year's Demuxed event was jam-packed with 19 speakers covering topics including HDR, AV1, per-title encoding, low latency, optimization, and more.
Purdue University has an online masters in engineering program that allows for working professionals to complete their studies. Part of its offering is the capture and delivery of its on-campus classroom lectures via video on demand or as a live stream. To do this, the school has recruited the Matrox Monarch HD H.264 hardware encoder.
As the 2017 edition of one of the biggest trade shows in the broadcasting business has just finished, this blog post provides an overview of interesting topics presented at this year's International Broadcasting Conference in Amsterdam.
ClearCaster was designed and built in collaboration with Facebook to ensure clean, clear broadcasts and user engagement on Facebook Live, and from any workflow.
Wowza Media Systems is making company history at IBC 2017 with the debut of its first piece of hardware.
Facebook announced two feature updates to the Facebook Live API. Facebook introduced an automated encoder configuration and frame-accurate start times as a direct result of user feedback.
Facebook wants you to know it’s pretty serious about Live, and that they intend to establish it as the standard means for real time broadcast with two new updates to the Facebook Live API.
If your organization isn’t streaming to Facebook Live, it should be.
Need a better way to live stream yourself to Facebook? Golden, Colorado-based Wowza, the developer of live video streaming software, launched a new, dedicated appliance specifically for streaming broadcast quality streams to Facebook.