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Introducing AWS Elemental MediaLive

Get started in 5 steps

Step 1: Set up and log into your AWS account

Log into the AWS Management Console and set up your account.

Step 2: Set up IAM permissions

Create an Identity and Access Management (IAM) role to assume.

Step 3: Set your destination

Configure an origin like AWS Elemental MediaStore or packager such as AWS Elemental MediaPackage to receive your live content.

Step 4: Select a video source

Identify a video source from a live feed or file to use as an input.

Step 5: Create, configure, and run your channel

Plan your channel workflow to enable live video streaming.

Pre-built solutions

AWS provides a live streaming solution that combines AWS Elemental MediaLive and AWS Elemental MediaPackage with Amazon CloudFront to build a highly resilient and scalable architecture that delivers your live content worldwide.

AWS offers a solution that displays the logical connections between media services, visualizes error messages and counts, and produces a list of confidence-ranked root causes for problematic workflows.

AWS provides a real-time subtitling solution for live streaming video content that combines Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Translate, and AWS Lambda to build a serverless architecture that automatically generates multi-language subtitles for your live streaming videos.

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Introduction to AWS Elemental MediaLive

In this course, you will learn about AWS Elemental MediaLive, a live video processing service that enables anyone to encode high-quality live video streams for broadcast television and multiscreen devices. The course provides an overview of the features and benefits of the service, as well as a discussion of common use cases, a demonstration of the service in action, and look at pricing. 

Understanding Live Streaming Workflows

In this course, you will learn about setting up live video streaming workflows using AWS Media Services, including AWS Elemental MediaConnect, AWS Elemental MediaLive, AWS Elemental MediaPackage, AWS Elemental MediaStore, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and Amazon CloudWatch.

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