Delivery can refer to a few different things. You can deliver a joke or a punch if the aforementioned joke was offensive (talk about a punchline...). However, this post is not about those kinds of deliveries. And no, this doesn't have anything to with your Amazon order. We are talking about delivery architecture for live streaming media. Rather, our CEO Chris Allen addressed this at the recent Content Delivery Summit in a panel discussion with Jason Hofmann from our partner Limelight Networks, Rob Dillon of Tribune Media and Dom Robinson of id3as. Quality Scaling and Cost Efficiency They cover the…

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When it comes to surprises, there are good ones: birthday parties, visits from old friends, or a "just because" card. Then there are the bad ones: discovering that what you thought was blue cheese is, in fact, just moldy cheese, believing Facebook protects your data, Luke Skywalker's paternity test, and last but not least, hidden fees. Those pesky surcharges, arbitrary convenience fees, or fine print fines. There is nothing more aggravating then expecting to pay one amount only to receive a much higher bill. So, in the interest of transparency, let us explain directly how our pricing works. No magnifying…

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Spring is finally here! Well, in Boston, for this week at least. Who knows about the rest of New England. To celebrate, we have released our Mobile SDK version 4.6.0 for Android and iOS. We added the ability to continue broadcasting audio when the app is in the background, improved adaptive bitrate for smoother streaming and further increased stability. Please check out our release notes: Red5 Pro Mobile SDK: Release 4.6.0 - 10 May, 2018 iOS SDK: Fixed crash on pause-resume Added video rotation to local recording Added ability to broadcast audio with app in background…

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Next week, the New York Hilton Midtown will host the 2018 Streaming Media East Conference along with the Content Delivery Summit. We are excited to say that our CEO and Co-Founder Chris Allen will be speaking at both events to discuss video delivery architecture, low-latency (of course), and the future of live-streaming media. For those looking to join Chris in New York, NY you can find a brief summary of the panels where he will be speaking. For more details, follow the website links above or click the titles below. Furthermore, if you are indeed attending, let us know by…

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Often we get the question, "What skills do you need to use Red5 Pro?" Which leads to the circular, and not terribly useful answer, "That depends on what you want to do." The reason for this is simple: we designed Red5 Pro for developers. As such, it can support a diverse range of custom features and standard implementations. A variety of use cases will logically require a variety of skillsets. Thus, the difficulty of giving a definitive answer. In short, you need development skills to, well, develop Red5 Pro. Most importantly, you do not need to have any previous live…

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