HTTP Dynamic Streaming

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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Modern video protocols, including Apple's HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), MPEG Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH), Adobe's HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS), and Microsoft Smooth Streaming share seven defining characteristics:
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.
8220;Our developers are engaged with adaptive bitrate streaming technologies, including Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming, Apple HTTP Live Streaming, Microsoft Smooth Streaming, WebM and DASH, on a continuous basis,” added Elinext Chief Khoa Nguyen.
a leading digital media management provider, has announced that it is enabling its patented technology platform Unicorn ONCE for Adobe's HTTP Dynamic Streaming Protocol.
The Adobe Flash Media Interactive Server 4 version offers secure, scalable live and on demand playback experiences with new IP multicast capabilities and live packaging with HTTP Dynamic Streaming capabilities.
Current and future standards - In addition to support for common video streaming protocols such as Adobe RTMP and HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS), Microsoft Smooth Streaming and Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), Elemental software supports newly emerging technologies including MPEG-DASH, Ultraviolet and 4K Ultra HD.
Wowza continues to offer products with RTMP, RTMP enhanced, RTMP encrypted and HTTP dynamic streaming functionality.
Spinnaker offers full support for adaptive bitrate streaming, including Microsoft IIS Smooth Streaming and Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming.
Both RTMP streaming and Adobe's new HTTP Dynamic Streaming format will be supported.
Adobe Access already protects videos delivered across browsers and applications using RTMP and HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) protocols.
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.
At the same time, Adobe will continue to innovate and develop its HTTP streaming protocol, HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS), which is used by major broadcasters worldwide.