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- Remember: Movies will never be in color, they will never be wider than 4:3, they will only play in mono sound, they… https://t.co/tmczFxtofr 3 months ago
- FYI, I will NOT be at CES this year, due to scheduling conflicts. But I look forward to seeing everyone at NAB Show… https://t.co/TP39Y4VsOm 5 months ago
- I recently did a talk about SCTE-35 at the local Seattle Video Tech Meetup. If you're interested in a basic overvie… https://t.co/hmsM5xhQkv 5 months ago
Author Archives: Alex Zambelli
I recently did a talk about SCTE-35 at the local Seattle Video Tech Meetup. If you’re interested in a basic overview of the SCTE-35 standard for in-band event signaling in live streams, here’s the slide deck: PDF download: SCTE-35 In-Band … Continue reading
HTTP Live Streaming protocol, better known as HLS, was originally created by Apple for the launch of iPhone 3. Since its original introduction in 2009, Apple has maintained the official HLS protocol specification as an informational IETF Internet Draft, updating … Continue reading
Jan Ozer of Streaming Media magazine contacted me recently with a simple question about Smooth Streaming and HLS latency… and I provided a more elaborate reply than he perhaps anticipated. Here is my response in its entirety, for your reading … Continue reading
I promise to do a better job in 2015 of posting to this blog more frequently. 🙂 In the meantime you can find me on Twitter, where I will be posting and sharing content relevant to streaming media technologies. I am @zambelli24fps.
I’ve written an article for The Guardian’s media network blog about current trends in TV content distribution, how they’re affecting our viewing habits, and how ultimately those will affect the future of live linear TV. You can read it here: … Continue reading
The Olympics are upon us – again! Even though the ancient Greeks set the Olympic schedule 4 years apart (in fact, the literal definition of an Olympiad is “4 years”), the modern Olympics since 1992 have been only 2 years … Continue reading
As I glance at my blog I realize it’s been 7 months since my last post, which is probably as good of a sign as any that I should probably finally tell you a little bit about what I’ve been up … Continue reading
OK, so maybe it was a shorter break from blogging than I expected. As it turns out the world does not stop when I change jobs. 😉 The media world today is abuzz with news of H.265/HEVC approval by the … Continue reading
As we leave 2012 behind us and turn our attention to 2013, the time has come for me to share some exciting personal news. After 10 years at Microsoft I have recently decided to leave the company to pursue other career opportunities. … Continue reading