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.
E-book: Key Ways to Monetize your Video Content Assets
The core of the video business revolves around monetization of content assets—how to turn art, information and entertainment into streams of revenue. This e-book describes some of the basic models that can help join the dots between content and revenue, giving some examples of services around the globe that effectively employ the different models.
E-book: Rewind 2018 — AWS Video Success Stories
This e-book collects a year of customer success stories captured by the AWS Elemental blog. From live events to on-demand programming – and from broadcast and pay TV veterans to emerging innovators in sports, enterprise, education, and publishing – learn how these customers applied talent and technology to transform their ideas into compelling experiences that captivated viewers.
E-book: Why Video Processing and Delivery is Moving to the Cloud
As video quality, accessibility and utility skyrockets, how video providers create and deliver professional-grade video services changes dramatically. This e-book digs into the details behind the causes and effects of this shift. Learn about the benefits of moving video operations to the cloud, the pros and cons of conventional approaches, and tips for adapting to coming changes.
E-book: Evolving Standards in Video Mastering, Packaging, and Delivery
Streaming video providers need to support multiple adaptive streaming technologies as cost-effectively as possible. This means shrinking video encoding, packaging, storage, and delivery costs to the absolute minimum. This e-book explains HEVC and CMAF, and how to incorporate them into your video encoding and distribution pipelines and retain the broadest possible compatibility with your customers.
Dynamic Ad Insertion
As the art and science of making money while delivering video to consumers on connected devices evolves, targeted ads are a smart way to optimize revenue and viewer experiences. Learn how pay TV operators reap the benefits of server-side ad insertion (SSAI) compared to client-side ad insertion (CSAI), and see real-world examples of how the cloud delivers dynamic advertising at scale.
E-book: Video Compression & Delivery 101
This illustrated guide to encoding software and adaptive streaming basics is designed to help broadcast, pay TV and OTT professionals understand how video processing technology changes to accommodate audience expectations. Essential, scannable reading for busy managers and executives.
Perfecting 4K Video Delivery
4K content preparation and delivery requires highly capable video processing and measurement platforms. AWS Elemental identifies the five most common pitfalls of 4K video quality impairments and suggest best practices to mitigate or eliminate these issues to ensure the highest quality 4K viewing experience.
Creating Scalable Workflows
Launching a new VOD or catch-up TV service can be a daunting task, especially when factoring in the potential growth of content availability and consumer demand for media. This white paper explains how video providers can evolve from basic to advanced filed-based workflows using software-defined video solutions without a complete overhaul of infrastructure and with minimal service interruption.
Unified Linear TV Delivery
Software-based video solutions are driving growth and innovation in the television and video industries. This white paper details how software-defined video solutions that integrate encoding, multiplexing and system management can enable operators to implement flexible and scalable unified infrastructure that supports both traditional broadcast and multiscreen linear video delivery.
Implementing Live-to-VOD Services
Today, replaying a scene from a live TV broadcast is as simple as hitting the rewind button and catching up on a favorite show is just a menu option away. This white paper details how AWS Elemental Delta, a video delivery platform designed to optimize the monetization, management and distribution of multiscreen video across IP networks, enables video providers to efficiently implement live-to-VOD offerings both on-premises and in the cloud.
Digital Video Broadcasting
A unified video headend that complies with DVB-S2 standards provides satellite broadcasters and pay TV operators the agility to quickly and easily implement the latest codecs and video processing advancements across multiple channels to reduce time to market and streamline operations.
Partner White Paper
Making Business Sense of the HDR Opportunity
As High Dynamic Range (HDR) video drives the sales of new TVs, content creation and content distribution, video providers retool media workflows to accommodate new standards. But any new technology format comes with hurdles to adoption, and the obstacles aren’t always visible. This paper brings them into the light to help content creators, broadcasters, and cable, satellite, and OTT distributors make fair evaluations.
Compresión de video & distribución 101
Esta guía ilustrada del software de codificación y las bases del streaming adaptativo está diseñada para ayudar a los profesionales del Broadcast, TV paga y OTT a entender cómo la tecnología de procesamiento de video cambia para acomodarse a las expectativas de la audiencia. De lectura esencial y lectura rápida para los gerentes y ejecutivos ocupados.
Libro electrónico: Por qué las tareas de procesamiento y distribución de videos se están migrando a la nube
Debido al rotundo incremento de los niveles de calidad, accesibilidad y utilidad de los videos, se están modificando radicalmente las maneras en las que los proveedores crean y prestan servicios de video profesionales. Este libro electrónico investiga en profundidad los motivos y las consecuencias de dicho cambio. Conozca los beneficios de migrar las operaciones de video a la nube, las ventajas y desventajas de las estrategias convencionales, y consejos para adaptarse a los cambios futuros.
Guía práctica sobre los servicios multimedia de AWS
Los servicios multimedia de AWS están diseñados para facilitarle un camino a las tareas de procesamiento y distribución de videos basadas en la nube. Capacidad prácticamente ilimitada, desempeño a escala, los estándares de video probados más recientes, formatos y protocolos, y mucho más. Conozca los beneficios y aprenda cómo implementar los servicios para cargas de trabajo discretas o flujos de trabajo de videos completos y continuos.