RealVideo


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RealVideo

A streaming video technology for the Internet and intranets from RealNetworks. A browser equipped with a RealOne media player (formerly RealPlayer) or third-party RealVideo plug-in enables video broadcasts from RealVideo servers (RealServers) to be viewed on screen. The material can be statically stored in the server and viewed in full, or it can be an ongoing broadcast like that of TV. Plug-ins can be downloaded from RealNetworks' website. Server software is available for a variety of platforms. See RealAudio.
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RealVideo 9 provides 30% bandwidth savings over RealVideo 8 at all quality levels.
Media delivery platform provider RealNetworks has launched a new version of its RealVideo audio and video compression technology.
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The company combined its RealAudio and RealVideo standards to make RealPlayer G2, a player that handles streaming audio, video and MP3 files.
Next session they plan to set up the same preference system, along with RealAudio and RealVideo of committee meetings and other matters of interest.
Per minute costs for archival encoding range from $10 for RealVideo to $50 for short-run, high-bit-rate MPEG-2.
This first-of-its-kind solution will, when implemented, allow network providers to deliver RealAudio and RealVideo files to consumers at higher speed and quality while simultaneously reducing network congestion.
In addition, it gives content producers that use RealAudio and RealVideo new audiences, and it gives consumers new choices of how they would like to access RealVideo and RealAudio content.
Combined with the stunning video quality offered by RealNetworks RealVideo 8 codec, Pinnacle Systems is the vendor chosen to meet their performance specifications and installation timeframe.