Archive for October, 2010

OSMF October User Group Meeting

The OSMF User Group is getting back into the swing of things with a presentation tomorrow by Will Law on OSMF and HTTP Dynamic Streaming.  Here is the presentation description:

Learn how to stream video and audio over HTTP networks with HTTP Dynamic Streaming and Adobe Flash Player 10.1, helping you lower costs and reach a wider audience with your video content. This session will step you through the workflows for encoding, packaging, protecting, and delivering video using the Open Source Media Framework. Discover techniques to optimize the F4F file format, tweak the F4F file packager and live packager, and apply DRM with Adobe Flash Access 2. Learn how to set up your own HTTP Origin using Apache to work with popular content delivery networks.

The presenter for this session will be Will Law.  Will has been working with Flash video since FCS and now runs the client side Flash Engineering at Akamai. He co-wrote the “Open Video Player framework for Flash”, the HDCore framework, and is an OSMF contributor. He has spoken at Max on many video topics ranging from Synchronized videos, Multi-Bitrate HD Streaming, Flash Media Server security, and Open Source Media Framework. His new interests are HTTP delivery and Air for Android.

Go get the Connect session details at: OSMF October Presentation

OSMF FC Release Posted

The feature complete (FC) build of OSMF is now available!  As we near our ship date for OSMF 1.5, aka “Neon,” we have been focused on performance and bug fixing.

  • Performance Pass: We ran a thorough performance pass, focusing on our minimum systems.  We’re pleased to share that OSMF performed well across the board!
  • Bug Fixing: In this sprint alone, we have fixed 45 bugs!

Here are the links: