Video Compression for Flash, Apple Devices and Html5: Sorenson Media 2012 Edition
ISBN: 0976259532
EAN13: 9780976259534
Language: English
Pages: 254
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 9.00" L x 8.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Video Compression for Flash, Apple Devices and Html5: Sorenson Media 2012 Edition

Book Overview
Video Compression for Flash, Apple Devices and HTML5 is a professional reference for producers seeking to distribute video over the Internet and to mobile devices-particularly Apple iDevices. In this book, you will learn: Procedures for working with the expanded H.264 configuration options for both MainConcept and x264 Procedures for working with Squeeze's new Adaptive Streaming Presets How to send a Squeeze encoding job to Squeeze Server How to use Squeeze's Review and Approval Workflow The critical differences between the key adaptive streaming technologies-including HTTP Live Streaming, Dynamic Streaming and Smooth Streaming-and how to encode for distribution via these techniques How to accelerate video encoding on multiple-core workstations Which streaming file analysis tools provide the most important feedback. How to create and configure Squeeze presets for producing H.264, VP6, WebM and VC-1 formats How to upload, encode, manage your content and configure your player in Sorenson 360. How to operate Squeeze Server, including creating presets, setting up watch folders, managing queues and an introduction to the programming API. About the Author: Jan Ozer has produced and encoded video since the CD-ROM days (1992) and has taught courses in video and and streaming production since 1994--most recently at Streaming Media Seminars in New York, London and Los Angeles. Jan has written or co-authored 15 books on digital video related topics, including the Hands-On Guide to Flash Video: Web Video and Flash Media Server. Jan shoots, edits and produces DVDs, live webcasts and streaming media for concerts, ballets and other events. He also produces training videos for local artisans, as well as screencam presentations for multiple organizations. Jan blogs at