Today Adobe released the session list for Max 2009. This year Max will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, October 4-7. Max has over 200 sessions and 100 hands-on labs.
I’ve listed below some of the sessions that will focus on Online High Quality Video. There are 7 sessions, 2 labs and 2 Labs where you will bring your own laptop. Speakers for these sessions is an equal blend consisting of Adobe and community experts including Rob Reinhardt, Fabio Sonnoti, Will Law, Greg Hamer, Matthew Kauffman, Michael Thornburgh, Laurel Reitman, Florian Pestoni, Tomas Krcha and Kevin Towes (me).
These sessions focus on Flash Media Server, Flash Media Live Encoder, Flash Media Rights Management Server, Strobe and much more.
You can see the full session list in the interactive scheduler.
You can read more about MAX here from our press release
60 MINUTE SESSIONS
Social Media Experiences with Flash Media and RTMFP
Find out how P2P technology (RTMFP) and the Adobe Flash Platform can help create new business opportunities and drive viewership and interactivity to your online application. You’ll learn the building blocks of development with RTMFP and how you can leverage it in your applications to add real-time video, voice, and data flow with minimal cost. Get inspired by seeing how customers are using P2P today in their applications, and learn how you can employ them in your online enterprise.
Adobe Strobe: Introduction to Adobe’s Open Media Player Framework
Join us for an overview of Adobe’s open media player framework — what it can do and how you can use it in your current projects. You’ll learn how Adobe Strobe can help you create rich media experiences online and how the new development framework can increase monetization opportunities with your media assets through direct integration with advertising services and tracking and reporting services. Developers can use this framework to create media viewing environments that drive longer view times and leverage the latest features such as Dynamic Streaming and DVR from Adobe Flash Media Server.
P2P on the Flash Platform with RTMFP
Hear an introduction to peer-to-peer (P2P) communication and the Real Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP), used to create real-time social media applications that leverage the Adobe Flash Platform. Learn how the technology works from the engineers who built it. Discover how to leverage RTMFP built in to Flash Player 10 to create social and educational applications that increase participation times while dramatically reducing the costs of delivery. This session will showcase Adobe Stratus, Flash Media Server, Flash Player 10, Adobe AIR, and Flex — you may even see something coming from our labs!
HD Video Experiences on the Web
Learn how to use Adobe tools and technology to create high-definition media experiences. Master the workflow from multibitrate encoding to creating a media player using the Strobe media framework, leveraging Flash Media Server and Dynamic Streaming to create the highest possible quality for the end user. This session will also introduce you to the experiences of some key customers driving HD experiences online today that draw audiences from around the planet.
Encoding Best Practices for H.264 Video Using Flash
This expert-driven deep dive will demonstrate how to get the best quality from your H.264 encoding and publishing to the web on the Adobe Flash Platform. Topics will include encoding parameters, analysis, resolutions, dynamic streaming, filtering, and benefits of hardware acceleration. Wrap all this up into an encoding strategy that will bring you closer to HD video on the web.
Monetizing Premium Video Content on the Flash Platform
Join us for an overview of Adobe’s solutions for content protection on the Adobe Flash Platform. Discover the best practices for monetizing premium content, understanding the content distribution ecosystem, developing more secure content workflows, and moving media more securely around the Internet. You will also learn how to integrate content protection directly within your interactive media player.
Interactive Live Video Experiences
Discover how interactive live streaming experiences change the way we think about live video online. High-definition video is used for broadcast, social media, and the enterprise. This session will focus on the live publishing workflow and how you can create interactive live experiences quickly. Learn the secrets of DVR within Flash Media Live Encoder and how you can leverage DVRCast to create massively scalable live events. Industry experts will also share their experiences so you can be successful in your live streaming events.
HANDS ON LABS (90 minutes) limited to 150 people
Building a P2P Video Chat Adobe AIR Application with Adobe Stratus
Discover the fundamentals of building peer-to-peer applications for Adobe AIR using Flex by stepping through a project from start to finish. Understand how to plan a P2P project and how to leverage Adobe Stratus to implement it. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of development and how to change your thinking about real-time applications. When you’re done, you will have a working application for P2P video chat built on AIR with Flash Builder.
Integrating Video Streaming into Your Enterprise
Learn how to leverage video for Flash within your enterprise, including how to create an encoding portal and publish with Flash Media Server, as well as implementing access controls to protect your content with LDAP and Active Directory. This lab will introduce how the Flash Platform can help increase view times and employee attention while reducing costs. Go through the steps of deploying, configuring, and monitoring Flash Media Server within your network, and learn how to implement a publishing system for live and recorded media.
BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP HANDS ON LAB (90 mins) (limited to 100 people)
Strobe: Building Media Experiences in Flash CS4 Professional
Discover the fundamentals of building media players using Strobe, Adobe’s new media framework, by stepping through a project from start to finish. Understand the inner workings of Strobe for video on demand and live playback. Learn how to use Dynamic Streaming to support multiple bit rates and how to use plug-ins to stream from content delivery networks (CDNs) or Flash Media Server. When you’re done, you will have a working media player that can stream multiple bit rate HD video and integrate advertising and tracking. For this session, make sure you have Flash CS4 Professional installed.
Adobe Strobe: Building Media Experiences in Flex
Using Adobe Flex, discover the core fundamentals of building media players using Strobe, Adobe’s new media framework, by stepping through a project from start to finish. Understand the inner workings of Strobe for video on demand and live playback. Learn how Dynamic Streaming can be used to support multiple bit rates, use plug-ins to stream from CDNs or Flash Media Server, and insert advertising and tracking into your media player. When you’re done, you will have a working media player that can stream multi-bitrate HD video and integrate advertising and tracking. For this session, make sure you have Flex installed.