Archive for April, 2012

NAB Update: Come learn about MPEG-DASH video streaming


Today (at 1pm PST) at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, the MPEG-DASH promoters group will be delivering a panel discussing and demonstrating MPEG-DASH video streaming. I’ll be joined by industry leaders from Akamai, Harmonic and Qualcomm, AEG Digital Media and Ericsson to discuss the MPEG-DASH format standards and broadcast industry partnerships that are starting to bring it to market.   

SEE MPEG-DASH in action in Adobe Flash with the Prototype player


SESSION TITLE: “DASH: Dynamic Adaptive Streaming for Better Mobile Video User Experience.”


SESSION LOCATION: Room N231 (about a 15min walk from the Adobe booth in Central Hall)

You can also read the blog post from Qualcomm here

See you there!

Come see Adobe at NAB – from Production to Primetime

Today we kick off the annual pilgrimage in the Dessert of Nevada, thats right… we’re back in Vegas for NAB 2012 and Adobe has never had such a tremendous amount of excitement around its video product lines. There is way too much to put into 1 blog post, but here’s the summary…

Stop by our booth in the South hall and spend some time being amazed – or demo kings are all here, and they’re excited to show off everything we’ve got!

(UPDATE: Live from the Booth)


Snapshot of the Adobe Booth showing project Primetime. Live streaming coming from the main stage, via SDI cable to an Envivio encoder. The booth is showing Primetime Highlights to multiple devices, and DRM on IOS. make sure to check it out!

(UPDATE 2: Live from the Booth Stage)
NABBoothshot.tiff Snapshot of the front side of the Adobe booth at NAB on Monday. Crowds created standing room only 4-levels deep. It is an incredible scene all day with creative people learning more about the new Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production Premium reveal.

Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder 3.2 update for Apple Mac OS Lion

Last week we released an update to Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (FMLE) 3.2 for the Apple Mac OS Lion. This update corrects an crash issue when running FMLE on MAC OS Lion. As always this great product is a free tool from Adobe, used by hundreds of thousands of people for incredible live events every day.

Download it for free today!

This is a great option to deliver high quality adaptive nitrate to Adobe Flash or Apple iOS using Flash Media Server 4.5 on Amazon Web Services.