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Couple of options for delivering video to the end user. Covering most of the popular streaming servers and methods

Couple of options for delivering video to the end user. Covering most of the popular streaming servers and methods


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  • 1. Video through web Arun Vijayan Project Lead
  • 2. Few options
    • Darwin Streaming Server - QuickTime
    • Flash Video – Flash Media Server / Open source
    • Windows 2003 Streaming Server
    • Real Helix Streaming Server
  • 3. Optimum Solution - Flash
    • No player download (for 98% crowd)
    • Premium media quality
    • More control over the system
    • Supports different bandwidth channels
    • Full support for FLV / MP3 formats
    • Server Platform – Linux / Windows
    • Client Platform – Windows/Linux/Mac/Solaris
  • 4. Flash – Media Delivery
    • Real Streaming
      • Requires a streaming server
      • Very efficient and bandwidth conscious
      • Complex setup
    • Progressive download
      • Just require a normal web server and a flash media player
      • Easy to setup
      • Inefficient
  • 5. Flash – Commercial Solution
    • Flash Media Server 2 + On 2 VP6 (streaming)
      • Very efficient
      • Superior Quality
      • Lowest bandwidth usage
      • Expensive - $5000 for 100 streams
  • 6. Flash – Open Source Solution
    • FFMpeg + flv2tool + Flash Media player (progressive download)
    • Free
    • Easy to setup
    • More dependencies
    • Creates bigger files
  • 7. Fash Streaming – More options
    • Red 5 – Open source Flash Streaming Server
    • Media CDNs - e.g. Limelight Networks
  • 8. References
    • http://www.slideshare.net/pradeepbv/yourtube
    • http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=flashmediaserver
    • http://www.on2.com/
    • http://www.mediacollege.com/flash/streaming/
    • http://www.networkcomputing.com/showitem.jhtml?articleID=177103372&pgno=6

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