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Live Video Streaming: Browser-Based Video Encoding with NanoCosmos

Live Video Streaming: Browser-Based Video Encoding with NanoCosmos | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you are interested in new tools and technologies in the live video streaming space, you probably want to bookmark this German company, dedicated entirely to the development of professional software codecs: NanoCosmos.


Their newest product, nanoStream 3.0 contains many new features, a new SDK and Web Plugins for Windows and MacOS.


In particular, "the new multi-encoder streaming function allows parallel live encoding and streaming with multiple video formats and quality levels at the same time.


You can even record video in Full HD to H.264/MP4 or MPEG files, in different quality video streams."


Check their live video streaming solutions here: http://www.nanocosmos.de/v4/en/products/live_video_streaming.html 


Here is a feature comparison with the Flash Media LE:
http://i.imgur.com/8FLWZ.jpg


PDF brochure: http://www.nanocosmos.de/v4/en/products/doc/nanocosmos-LiveVideoEncoder.pdf


More info about the live video streaming browser plugin: http://www.nanocosmos.de/v4/en/products/nanoStream-web-plugin-live-video-encoder.html







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Encode Live Video to H.264/AVC with the New Flash Player 11

Encode Live Video to H.264/AVC with the New Flash Player 11 | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it

The latest version of Flash Player (v.11.0) includes some exciting new features, including performance upgrades such as native 64-bit support, and asynchronous bitmap decoding. Perhaps most newsworthy though, is Flash Player’s new capability to encode live video streams to the H.264/AVC standard. This new feature will allow developers to create real-time, high-quality, live video streaming applications for chat, conferencing, and live event broadcasting.

 

The following article demonstrates how to take advantage of Flash Player 11.0′s new H.264 encoding capabilities within a video streaming application built using Flash Builder 4.5.


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