AWS Media Blog

Category: Broadcast

Automatically compare two videos to find common content

Comparing two videos to determine what is common and what is different between them is useful in many ways. The ability to find common content across two video sources opens up a number of interesting possible applications, including: Searching third-party videos for unauthorized use of your content Monitoring a pair of video streams to ensure […]

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How to broadcast video chats to a streaming platform with ultra-low latency using Daily and Amazon IVS

Authored by Jessica Mitchell, Engineer, at Daily. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post. At Daily, we build real-time video and audio APIs that let developers embed calls into any site or app, with support for […]

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Reducing the complexity of linear channel management with Veset Stratus

Authored by Igor Krol, CEO at Veset. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post.     Over the past couple of decades, the way that video content is consumed has changed dramatically. The rise of OTT […]

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Choosing the right AWS video solution for your use case

Today, more companies are embracing video-enabled technology for live streaming, video on demand, and video meetings. The result is a rapid growth in the number and type of use cases including video integrated with AI/ML, interactivity, and content protection. To meet the growing and diverse needs of different video use cases, AWS offers four video […]

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A deep dive into Output Locking in AWS Elemental Live

Introduction In order to deliver broadcast-grade resilience, it’s essential to have redundant contribution encoders so live event viewing won’t be affected even if one of the encoders fails. However, when you run multiple encoders for redundancy, the outputs from those encoders must be synchronized with frame-level accuracy. Otherwise, viewers experience discontinuity when the encoder is switched […]

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Deliver hybrid live video experiences at ultra-low latency with Daily and Amazon IVS

Authored by Francine Boulanger, Marketing Lead @Daily. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post.     Daily provides WebRTC based real-time video and audio APIs for developers. Here at Daily, we’re excited to share our latest […]

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Listen now: Top media and entertainment use cases and purpose-built AWS Solutions on Right Now at AWS

Change is underway in media and entertainment. Content producers want to create from any location, seamlessly collaborating across the world. The ability to reduce manual effort from content analysis workflows with AI / ML solutions is saving time and money, while also providing new revenue opportunities. Hear about the purpose-built AWS Services and Solutions customers […]

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Registration reminder: AWS for Media & Entertainment Virtual Symposium

  With rapid changes and transformation occurring across the media and entertainment industry, companies are reinventing how they create content, optimize media supply chains, and compete for audience attention across platforms. Join AWS experts and customers for a virtual event exploring the latest services, solutions, and innovations for media and entertainment across content production; media supply […]

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Register now: AWS for Media & Entertainment Virtual Symposium

  Join AWS experts and partners on June 23, 2021 for a virtual event exploring the latest services, solutions, and innovations for media and entertainment. Learn about the trends and technologies that are changing the way media is created, delivered, and experienced. Review the sessions below and register to hear about industry insights and actionable […]

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Live IP video closed captioning moves into the cloud with EEG and AWS CDI

For modern audiences, it’s hard to remember a time when closed captioning wasn’t a standard menu option. Across the US and much of the world, accessibility to the essential service became a government mandate via legislation set in the 1990s. Since then, encoding and decoding technology for closed captioning has advanced, but its evolution has […]

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