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RealMedia

A multimedia container format from RealNetworks. Using RTSP, RealMedia was designed to handle audio, video, MIDI, text, animation and presentations. The RealMedia Architecture (RMA) allows multiple streams to be synchronized simultaneously; for example, sending images intermixed with audio. See RTSP, RealPlayer and streaming server.
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This initiated a process that copied it to an intermediate storage server, transcoded it into RealMedia format, and deposited it onto the streaming media server cluster.
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Given a choice, for example, between digitizing video into MPEG (an international standard) and a proprietary format such as RealMedia or Windows Media, it makes sense to use the standards-based format.