Best Practices for Deploying CMAF, DASH and HLS at Scale
Fragmented MP4 was the first step in the emergence of the future of HTTP streaming and the realization of the Common Media Application Format (CMAF). At its core it offers the ability to decouple segments from the manifest specification and use HLS or DASH without duplicating your video bits. CMAF truly offers much more and promises to solve the cache efficiency issues of the past, offer truly scalable low latency solutions, and provide real solutions for DRM across devices and platforms.
At the Streaming Summit, taking place April 8-9, at the NAB Show, we have a session that will dive into some of the challenges, benefits, and real world timing considerations to keep in mind as some of the major brands in the industry start taking steps to roll out CMAF to the masses. Confirmed speakers include:
- David Hassoun, CEO, RealEyes
- Will Law, Chief Architect, Media Cloud Engineering, Akamai Technologies
- Cooper Pope, Director, Multi-Platform Video Solutions, WarnerMedia
- David McLary, VP, Video Technology, NBC Sports Digital
Check out the entire two-day Streaming Summit lineup, with over 75 speakers, and register for only $695 to learn about The Business and Technology of OTT Video. #streamingsummit