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Friend MTS: Detecting the pirates

This article originally appeared in FEED Magazine, Issue 08. “We would describe ourselves as a content protection specialist,” says Simon Hanna, Partnerships Director at Friend MTS. “We’ specifically target the anti-piracy space. DRM and conditional access will protect the delivery of content to the end device, but our business is to do something about it […]

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[Updated April 11] Introducing live streaming with automated multi-language subtitling

For a step-by-step guide on how to get started with this solution, check out this post from the Machine Learning blog. Originally published on the Whats New blog on March 21. Live Streaming with Automated Multi-Language Subtitling is a solution that automatically generates multi-language subtitles for live streaming video content in real time. The solution is […]

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Ravensbourne: Live streaming shakespeare

This article originally appeared in FEED Magazine, Issue 08. An industry-focused university dedicated to preparing its students for careers in digital media and design, London’s Ravensbourne University offers courses that provide experience in using modern broadcast technology in real-world video production scenarios. “Ravensbourne University’s broadcast students have worked alongside the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) education […]

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How-to: Use QVBR for streaming live events like the 2018 AWS re:Invent keynotes

Introduction AWS re:Invent is the largest event of the year for Amazon Web Services and the keynote addresses are the centerpieces of the week-long event. Live streams from re:Invent command a large viewership from around the world and are the highlight of the year for the AWS Event Technology Team. In 2018, AWS Elemental introduced […]

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How-to: Create a virtual trainer with Amazon Sumerian virtual reality and Amazon Machine Learning – Part 1

Part 1: Setting up key AWS services like  Amazon Lex, AWS Lambda, and Amazon DynamoDB Part 2: Creating and exploring Virtual Reality scenes in Amazon Sumerian As technology evolved the transition from the web-based technologies to mobile has been transformative: we moved away from “Point-click-tab-type” to the “touch-swipe-talk” paradigm. Now AR/VR takes a further step […]

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Extracting intelligence from corporate streaming using machine learning

With nearly one million minutes of video content forecasted to pass through global IP networks each second by 2021, ensuring that video traffic — especially video produced and consumed by company employees — is valuable, actionable, and personal becomes critical to that company’s success1. Companies today create live and on-demand videos for many purposes, including […]

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FAQs about live streaming on AWS: How does AWS make live streaming reliable and highly available?

How Does AWS Make Live Streaming Reliable and Highly Available? In my last blog I looked in detail at the factors that contribute to the cost of live streaming on AWS. I focused on the AWS Elemental Media Services that encode, package and originate, and monetize live streams, as well as the use of Amazon CloudFront […]

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