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What, Why and How: HTTP Dynamic Streaming

Join John Crosby and the Flash Media Server User Group for an online talk about HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS):

Tuesday, June 28 at noon Eastern / 9am Pacific

RSVP: http://fms.groups.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=post.display&postid=36732

HTTP Dynamic Streaming enables leveraging of existing caching infrastructures – for example, content delivery networks, ISPs, office caching, home networking – and provides tools for integrating content preparation into existing encoding workflows.” That is great, but what does it mean for me?

To answer this question John will cover the following:

  • What is HDS?
  • How do I get started with HDS?
  • When should I use HDS?
  • How can I integrate HDS into my content creation workflow?

Attend the FMSUG Meeting to ask John questions, and follow his illuminating blog posts on this series at http://www.thekuroko.com/. This meeting is held via Connect, so you can join in wherever you are.

This should be a well-attended talk, as HDS is a powerful, but often misunderstood, delivery method available on the Flash platform.

See you there!

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