Building Media Streaming Apps and Sites Without Plug-Ins Using MPEG-DASH

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In this session you’ll see how video services can implement adaptive bitrate video streaming using a single technology across Windows Store apps and Internet Explorer. You’ll get an introduction to the MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) standard, Common Encryption, plus the related W3C standards--Media Source Extensions and Encrypted Media Extensions. Find out about how to implement a DASH client and about end-to-end tooling to get started quickly. And we’ll also touch on key scenarios like monitoring playback quality, PlayReady DRM protection, and Azure Media Services with the Adaptive Streaming Client SDK.
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1

Level:

300

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

3-089

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South Hall: Esplanade 308

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