The TikiLIVE 24.7 Broadcaster is an affordable Live HD or SD H.264/MPEG-4 AVC encoder built for Linux. SDI or HD-SDI inputs are automatically detected and converted to H.264 for broadcasting to your streaming servers, CDN, or internet channels. Input video from your camera, DVD/BluRay player, Satellite/Cable box, Mixer, etc and broadcast it live! Thanks to [...]
Our TikiLIVE IPTV solution just got a shot of adrenaline with our brand new middleware solution! Traditional Cable/Satellite providers offer subscription packages and now you can too! Follow their lead and create Basic, Plus and Premium packages, or blaze your own path with unique channel offerings of your choice. Our middleware goes one step farther. Not only can you charge for access to your IPTV network, these subscriptions are useful for Set Top Box or Over The Top (OTT) solutions and for mobile device access as well.
Monster Encoder is a complete application that converts the most common types of video files into FLV format, so the end user can use them in the video streaming process. This particular flash video encoder has some features that make it distinctive: • This video encoder is the fastest from all similar software existing on [...]
Not much since the iPad has been officialy released and streaming apps are already available. Mobile TV and movies can be instantly accessed using Netflix or ABC. For the first one you actually need an unlimited membership to be able to view the content. The interface is pretty simple, not many design customization have been [...]
MiFi users will be very happy to know that Novatel added streaming capabilities to the device. You can now stream music and videos over Wi-Fi using the DLNA protocol (Digital Living Network Alliance) to devices such as TV’s, iPhones and laptops. The new feature was presented at CTIA (CTIA is the largest trade show where [...]
One of the most commonly debated subjects online was the lack of Flash support for the iPhone. It started 3 years ago and a lot of contradictory opinions have been voiced but now seems like iPhone users agree that Flash is not really an essential feature for their mobile device. Once iPad was released (without [...]
Once Google launched the newest Android based smartphone (Nexus One) Adobe has announced that Flash will be supported. They have already published video content with a short demo of the Flash Player 10.1 successfully running on Nexus One. This is possible because this smartphone has the Snapdragon integrated processor and the Android 2.1 software. Users [...]