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HTTP Dynamic Streaming

The adaptive streaming support in Adobe's streaming servers. Introduced in Flash Media Server (FMS), HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) is also part of Adobe Media Server 5. In 2009, Adobe added adaptive streaming elements to its streaming server and incorporated even more in 2011. See adaptive streaming, fragmented MP4, Adobe Media Server and streaming server.
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Spinnaker offers full support for adaptive bitrate streaming, including Microsoft IIS Smooth Streaming and Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming. Spinnaker is also able to detect SCTE 35 cue messages and translate critical ad metadata into ad markers appropriate for the Flash and Silverlight platforms, enabling ad partner Auditude to serve ads within live content.
Spinnaker was the first to offer full support for and continues to lead the market in adaptive bitrate streaming, including Microsoft IIS Smooth Streaming and Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming. Spinnaker is also able to detect broadcast cue messages and translate critical ad metadata into ad markers appropriate for the Flash and Silverlight platforms as well as iOS devices.
Spinnaker's full support for Microsoft IIS Smooth Streaming, Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming and HTTP Adaptive Streaming to Apple's iPhone[R] and iPad[R] will also be on display.
Amazon web service supports live and on demand streaming using various methods such as Apple HLS(HTTP Live streaming), HTTP Live Smooth Streaming, Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming, MPEG DASH, HTTP progressive download and Adobe RTMP streaming.
Halo Experience will offer audience measurement capabilities to better track connected user viewing patterns, and will support the full range of streaming formats, including Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), Microsoft Smooth Streaming, Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) and MPEG-DASH.
At NAB 2013 booth #SU6202, Envivio will showcase its Envivio Halo network media processor performing live packaging of content in the Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) format, encrypted with Adobe Primetime DRM and played out on a tablet.