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The Broadcast Knowledge

This site is non-profit and was created by Russel Trafford-Jones. It regularly posts links to freely accessible videos and webinars.

Visit TheBroadcastKnowledge.com and make sure you follow on Twitter or LinkedIn as new videos are typically posted weekly.

Video: #SMPTE ST 2110 Testing Fundamentals –  – Jean Lapierre from #Matrox explains what to look out for when testing #2110 and what equipment you need to do it. Covering #PTP, SDP files, 2022-7, @EBU_HQ's LIST and more. From #VSF & @AIMSAlliance

Video: ST 2110 Testing Fundamentals – The Broadcast Knowledge

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Video: Demystifying Video Delivery Protocols–  – @SVideoAlliance explores #RIST, #SRT, #WebRTC, #DASH, #LLHLS & #HLS with @OpenBroadcastSy stems, @Haivision, @WeArePenthera, @Comcast and @BarryOwenCO from @WowzaMedia for #LowLatency #streaming &contribution

Video: Demystifying Video Delivery Protocols – The Broadcast Knowledge

Free educational webinars, videos and other resources focused on the Broadcast Industry

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Video:Remote editing, storage, cloud dynamics & reopening production–  – @IET_Media asks which new workflows will to stay post-COVID with @Teradici's Ian Main @EditShare's @StephenTallamy @Sony's David Rosen, Allan McLennan from PADEM Media Group &Lou Wirth

Video: Remote editing, storage, cloud dynamics & reopening production – The Broadcast Knowledge

Free educational webinars, videos and other resources focused on the Broadcast Industry

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Video: Maintaining Colour Spaces–  – @m3u8, Matt Szatmar from @MuxHQ on the importance of keeping colour space info, otherwise – no surprise – you get the wrong colours. He shows browsers aren't on your side and often show the wrong colours! @SFVidTech

Video: Maintaining Colour Spaces – The Broadcast Knowledge

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Video: A State-of-the-Industry Webinar: @Apple’s #LLHLS is finally here –  – Apple ditched #HTTP2 from LL-HLS. @THEO_Player's Pieter-Jan Speelmans talks us through the changes and his recommendations for implementation. #HLS #LowLatency #LiveStreaming

Video: A State-of-the-Industry Webinar: Apple’s LL-HLS is finally here – The Broadcast Knowledge

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Video: Bandwidth Prediction for Multi-Bitrate #Streaming at #LowLatency–  – Ali C. Begen explains how to determine bitrate of #CMAF streams, critical to ABR working. Plus he shows controlling playback speed with #machinelearning to maintain latency @Comcast

Video: Bandwidth Prediction for Multi-Bitrate Streaming at Low Latency – The Broadcast Knowledge

Free educational webinars, videos and other resources focused on the Broadcast Industry

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Video: Introduction to #DVB’s #TargetedAdvertising specifications– https://wp.me/p9gRAY-2s4 – @DVB_Project talks #AdressableTelevision #DVBTA specs formalising SCTE 35 signalling, compatibility with #HbbTV, ad servers & watermarking. @ang54,Angelo Pettazi, Matt Poole & Martin Gold

Video: Optimising Video for Everyone at Once –  – @Akamai's Peter Chave walks traffic grew during the pandemic and upstream became a challenge. He explains how CDNs can 'flatten the peaks' through throttling and playlist manipulation. @StreamingMedia

Video: Optimising Video for Everyone at Once – The Broadcast Knowledge

Free educational webinars, videos and other resources focused on the Broadcast Industry

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