AWS Elemental Insights Newsletter
Vol. VI, Issue 8 | October 2017
A resource for video providers who transform ideas into compelling content that captivates viewers.
The traditional pay TV model is under increasing pressure, with generations of viewers embracing streaming video options as replacements for conventional linear broadcast. A new application brief outlines how flexible, software-based video processing solutions can help pay TV operators, broadcasters and programmers compete with streaming service offerings.
The benefits of HEVC are well known, but what are the requirements for making the shift from an AVC workflow? Get an inside look at what the convergence of HEVC, fMP4 and CMAF means for video providers, and the challenges ahead in creating a single video delivery format in this webcast, which aired on October 11 and is now available on demand.
French startup Molotov offers subscribers a new way of exploring TV content through the comprehensive, user-friendly and constantly updated Molotov.tv app. Learn how Molotov delivers live and on-demand programming and an engaging user experience with flexible, efficient video solutions from AWS Elemental.
IBC 2017 was abuzz last month in Amsterdam with discussion of new video technologies and innovations. Experts from AWS Elemental share insights about advancements and disruption in the video industry, touching on HEVC, HDR, CMAF, fMP4, 5G mobile networking, and much more during a series of interviews with Videonet, Rapid TV News and Digital TV Europe.
NexTV CEO Latin America
November 1 - 3
Streaming Media West
November 2 - 3
Huntington Beach, CA
TV Connect Africa / AfricaCom
November 7 - 9
Cape Town, South Africa
November 15 - 17
November 27 - December 1
Las Vegas, NV
Government Video Expo
November 29 - 30