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AWS Elemental Link features for building flexible and cost-efficient live streaming platforms

Introduction Media & Entertainment (M&E) workloads are rapidly evolving to take advantage of hybrid and native cloud architectures. With the increased reliability of public IP-based networks, and the adoption of efficient video codecs like HEVC, the transport of broadcast-grade live event contribution over public IP-based networks is fast replacing rigid and expensive distribution methods of […]

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How-To: Transfer an AWS Elemental Link between AWS Accounts (part 1)

This post is part of a series AWS Elemental Link features for building flexible and cost-efficient live streaming platforms Part 1 How-To: Transfer an AWS Elemental Link between AWS Accounts (this post) Part 2 How-To: Transfer AWS Elemental Link between AWS Regions  Part 3 How-To: Create multiple MediaLive inputs using the same AWS Elemental Link  […]

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How-To: Transfer AWS Elemental Link between AWS Regions (part 2)

This post is part of a series AWS Elemental Link features for building flexible and cost-efficient live streaming platforms Part 1 How-To: Transfer an AWS Elemental Link between AWS Accounts  Part 2 How-To: Transfer AWS Elemental Link between AWS Regions (this post) Part 3 How-To: Create multiple MediaLive inputs using the same AWS Elemental Link  […]

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How-To: Create multiple MediaLive inputs using the same AWS Elemental Link (part 3)

This post is part of a series AWS Elemental Link features for building flexible and cost-efficient live streaming platforms Part 1 How-To: Transfer an AWS Elemental Link between AWS Accounts  Part 2 How-To: Transfer AWS Elemental Link between AWS Regions  Part 3 How-To: Create multiple MediaLive inputs using the same AWS Elemental Link (this post)  […]

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Introducing AWS Amplify Video on Demand

Today, we’re excited to bring you a new video-on-demand (VOD) resource type to AWS Amplify that allows you to easily store, manage, and serve file-based video content from AWS within minutes through the Amplify Command Line Interface (CLI). In this blog post, we explore how you can use Amplify Video to incorporate file-based video streaming into […]

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Live video production using vMix on Amazon EC2

Live video is a popular and effective mechanism for businesses to stay in contact with their customers and stakeholders. As business constraints continue to evolve and content producers are challenged to produce live content outside the studio, including from their own home, live video production solutions from AWS can help businesses across industries adapt quickly. […]

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Enabling video chats using Amazon Kinesis Video Streams for WebRTC

Many web and mobile applications these days need to embed a video chat frame alongside other content. In the fast-growing telehealth industry, for example, a doctor using a web browser often engages in a video consultation with a patient while viewing the patient’s electronic medical record within the same browser page. Amazon Kinesis Video Streams […]

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