Machine learning and data-first approaches are changing the way video can be published and yet most of the world is still encoding and streaming video the same way they did five years ago. In this talk, we'll review three ways of using data to optimise video encoding.
Low latency has become a hot topic within the streaming world. No one wants notably high latency, of course, but what does ultra low latency really mean? And in what contexts does low latency truly matter? This session uncovers how low-latency streaming works and why latency is a business-critical consideration, using streaming use cases where low latency is undeniably important.
This session brings together a variety of companies who understand the various factors that contribute to latency and are developing solutions working to reduce delays and improved the viewer experience.
This summer we had the pleasure to power the delivery of the biggest sporting event of the year: the World Cup. In this demonstration, we’ll talk about how to stream quality video at scale, at a time when viewers’ standards are higher than ever, and share our experience from delivering the world’s most widely viewed and followed sporting event. We will end with an interactive, multi-device live demo of Streamroot DNA™ in action (with audience participation).
VGTRK a.k.a. All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company is now distributing nearly 30% of its huge traffic via CDNvideo’s P2P solution. Notably, the 2018 Moscow Victory Day Parade was watched by hundreds of thousands of spectators simultaneously, and our P2P technology made the live stream fast for the end users and cost-effective for the customer.
The growth of online content distribution and social media sharing together with technical innovations such as the cloud and artificial intelligence are stimulating the development of new tools for content creation workflows. This session will look at a variety of tools which are democratising access to “broadcast” by changing the economics of production.
Telia is at the core of internet. Video by far accounts for majority of the internet consumption. Telia is enhancing the way, how video, be it live or on demand, can be prepared and delivered to a viewer on the web in most efficient way.
Ooyala Flex Media Platform sits at the heart of the content supply chain, offering an open and extensible way to manage, curate, orchestrate, publish, measure, and monetise content. It changes the way that content is distributed and monetized throughout its lifespan, allowing customers to deliver more content, quicker, and at a lower cost.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are buzz words that are being applied across all industries. This session will explore how the techniques are being deployed by the media and entertainment industry today and anticipate how adoption may spread as the technologies mature.
This presentation will explain and demonstrate how Advanced Replay, the AI-powered video clipping tool by Hexaglobe, can be integrated with live broadcasting workflows to enable immediate extraction and multiplatform publishing of sports and news content with latency reduced to absolute minimum.
In this session, CSG will explore the world of ‘live’. Think live events like the Royal Wedding, the World Cup, the Olympics, live sport and live concerts. Using real-world examples (CSG will demonstrate) how non-digital and digital natives looking to expand services can quickly and easily create immersive, interactive and personalised experiences that generate loyalty and grow bottom lines in this rapidly growing industry. Ready? Set? and Go! from being the challenging newcomer to world champion before your competitors know what has hit them.