Windows Migration for Media and Entertainment
A new IDC report shows AWS remains the no. 1 cloud for Windows workloads. To accelerate your migration process, AWS has a special Windows Jumpstart Migration Assessment for M&E customers. Experts from AWS and Flexera explain the details in this webcast.
The Practical Guide to AWS Media Services
AWS Media Services are designed to give you an easy path to cloud-based video processing and delivery. Virtually limitless capacity, performance to scale, the latest proven video standards, formats and protocols – and much more. Understand the benefits and learn how to deploy the services for discrete workloads or complete, end-to-end video workflows.
Live Video Delivery from the Cloud
For broadcasters using traditional video infrastructure, the cost and complexity of maintaining video operations is a necessary evil. But to advocate for a change for the better, broadcasters need sound business reasons. This paper explains how cloud technologies take high costs and complexity off the table, and create mutually beneficial provider and customer relationships.
Broadcast-Grade Video Latency for Live Streaming
Video latency remains one of the toughest challenges OTT and online video providers face. This white paper will help readers understand exactly what latency is, what is considered low and even ultra-low latency, and how changes in the video encoding and packaging workflow can help content publishers and distribution platforms reduce latency and provide a better experience for their customers.
Extracting Intelligence for Corporate Streaming Using Machine Learning
Corporate video has evolved to enable employees to be able to search where executives and actors appear in a video, to view and search captioned text, or to listen to an audio track in their native language. Learn about the use cases for enhancing live and on-demand video using machine learning and how to automate workflows for captioning, translation, and object recognition.
Building Over-The-Top Video Infrastructure In the AWS Cloud
For organizations considering cloud options for over-the-top (OTT) video services, the path to building and deploying is significantly faster than traditional architectures. This white paper outlines steps for building live and video-on-demand (VOD) workflows in the cloud, discusses cloud video deployment examples, and explains the technologies for ingest, storage, processing, and delivery in production today.
High Dynamic Range Video
The video ecosystem is eager to embrace High Dynamic Range video, which promises greatly improved viewing experiences with expanded color space and luminance. However, HDR is in its infancy and there is no guarantee that a single approach to its realization will be agreed upon in the near term. This white paper makes the case that video providers are best served by implementing support for HDR in software rather than hardware, given the uncertainty of the current landscape with regard to standardization.
Building & Implementing Scalable, Affordable VOD Solutions
In this webcast, you see real-world VOD use cases and customer examples, and learn how to quickly build, adapt, and scale for peak workloads and popularity—without decreasing video quality, or adding technical or operational complexity.