Video Streaming: Broadcast quality on a shoe string budget.

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Kansas State University has been video streaming for over 10 years. Through changes in formats and technology, they have provided online video on-campus and across the state. This session covers our newer tools including video equipment to digital encoders and software.

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  • Layout: Preview, Master Audio, Main Shoot List, Output Stats, Layer Panel
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  • Layout: Preview, Master Audio, Main Shoot List, Output Stats, Layer Panel
  • Layout: Preview, Master Audio, Main Shoot List, Output Stats, Layer Panel
  • Layout: Preview, Master Audio, Main Shoot List, Output Stats, Layer Panel
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  • Video Streaming: Broadcast quality on a shoe string budget.

    1. 1. Video StreamingBroadcast Quality on a Shoe-string BudgetPresented by:Gerry SnyderSeth Subramanian
    2. 2. Why We Do It• On and off-campus audiences – KSRE mission statement “Knowledge for Life” – Support for field personnel – Fast delivery of information to our personnel across the state – Access to 24/7 information – Accessible by LAN and mobile devices
    3. 3. Types of Digital Video Media• Live Events – Seminars, guest lectures, technology training, technical workshops, instructional classes, …• Recorded Programs – Websites, podcasts, archival
    4. 4. Types of Digital Video Media
    5. 5. Types of Digital Video Media
    6. 6. Hardware Basic Set-up
    7. 7. Hardware Basic Set-up• Video camera (Panasonic AG-HMC 40 HD, $1900)• Computer (Lenovo Thinkpad W510, $1200)• Wireless lavaliere mic (Sennheiser EW100, $620)• Digital Converter (Canopus/Grass Valley ADVC-100, $190)• Tripod (Manfrotto 055XB, $200)
    8. 8. Additional Hardware Set-up• Audio Mixer (Alesis Multimix 4-Channel USB, $79)• Wireless handheld mic (Sony UMP-V2, $550)• Headphones (Sony MDR-ZX110, $20)• Travel Case (Lowe Pro Roller X300, $350)• Misc. – AA batteries, battery tester, network cable
    9. 9. Hardware Basic Set-up
    10. 10. Software Tools• Telestream Wirecast 4.1, $400• Telestream Desktop Presenter 2.1, free
    11. 11. Telestream Wirecast
    12. 12. Telestream Wirecast
    13. 13. Telestream Desktop Presenter
    14. 14. Telestream Wirecast
    15. 15. Telestream Wirecast
    16. 16. Telestream Wirecast
    17. 17. Telestream Wirecast
    18. 18. Broadcasting Live
    19. 19. Broadcasting Live
    20. 20. Broadcasting Live
    21. 21. Broadcasting Live
    22. 22. Broadcasting Live
    23. 23. Streaming Examples• KSRE Seminars www.ksre.ksu.edu/seminars
    24. 24. Streaming Examples• K-State Agronomy agronomy.ksu.edu
    25. 25. Streaming Examples• KSRE Podcast www.ksre.ksu.edu/podcast
    26. 26. Flowplayer• JavaScript based player.• General Public License (GPL).• Customizations – Multiple formats – Skinning – Branding
    27. 27. FMS Server• Adobe Flash Media Interactive Server 4 – Dynamic Streaming – Easier Implementation – VoD / Live Streaming – Bandwidth Detection
    28. 28. What is the cost?• FMS Interactive 4.0 $1700.00• Flowplayer $0.00• Video Setup Hardware Basic $2,000+ Hardware Current $5100 Software $400
    29. 29. Going Mobile• Mobile Users > Desktop Internet Users.• Issues to consider: – Too many devices. – Connectivity. – Bandwidth. – Quality of Service.
    30. 30. FMS vs. WOWZAFeature Flash Media Wowza Media Server(FMIS 4.5) Server 3Protocols supported RTMP RTMPT RTMPS RTMPE RTMP RTMPT RTMPS RTMPE RTMPTE RTMFP RTMPTEDeveloper edition 10 Connections (Free) 10 Connections (Free)Pricing $4500 $995 (30 day Trial also available)Supported Platforms Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris Service Pack 2 or Windows Server 2008 Unix - 64-bit Support on all Linux® Red Hat® 4 or 5.2 IPv6 SupportAudio / Video Streaming (live and on- FLV FLVdemand) H.264 H.264 MP3 MP3 AAC, LC-AAC, HE-AAC AAC, LC-AAC, HE-AAC Speex SpeexMulti Client/ Multi Protocol Streaming Flash (RTMP / HTTP) Flash (RTMP) iPhone/iPad (HTTP Streaming) iPhone/iPad (HTTP Streaming) Silverlight (Smooth Streaming) QuickTime/3GPP (RTSP/RTP) IPTV (MPEG-TS)Recording H.264/AAC to FLV container H.264/AAC to FLV container MPEG-4 H.264/AAC to MP4 (Quicktime) container
    31. 31. Useful Links• Telestream Wirecast - http://www.telestream.net/• Flowplayer - http://flowplayer.org/• Wowza – http://www.wowza.com• Bandwidth Detection - http://flowplayer.org/plugins/streaming/bwcheck.html• KSRE Seminars – http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/seminars

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