Streaming MediaForMobile Devices STEMTechOctober 4, 2011
Established in 1970501(c)3 Non-Profit CorporationOperated by Consortium of 31 Community CollegesContent Developer (Distance Learning)TelecoursesOnline (HTML) ContentVideo on Demand (Since 2002)
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Launched in January 2008 Object-level Clips (3-5 minutes) Multiple Academic Disciplines Embeddable Video Players, URLs Hosted and Supported Correlated to Quality Matters Engaging Content (Persistence) Captions, MARC Records, Usage StatisticsStreaming Media For Mobile Devices
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By 2014, there will be 2.8 billion 3G subscribers. 3G refers to a third generation cellular network, which is capable of streaming video and other bandwidth-intensive applications wirelessly. Already, some providers are rolling out 4G services that promise even faster download speeds and more capabilities. School Technology Action Report (September 1, 2011)The Growth of MobileStreaming Media For Mobile Devices
Choice of Formats Windows Media, QuickTime, FLV, H.264 Bit Rates and Resolution 320kbps? 1.5mbps? 640x480? Operating Systems iOS? Honeycomb? WebOS? Windows 8?
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Flash not supported by Apple Flash and Flash The Switch to HTML5 Just an Apple Thing? H.264 Video Format More than Just an Apple Thing Rise of the Androids Flash Media Streaming Server 4.5 A Game Changer?HTML5 or Flash?Neither? Both? I got a Pre.Streaming Media For Mobile Devices
FLV for Android 2.3 Devices, Desktops, Laptops 480x360, 400kbps H.264 for iOS VBR up to 768kbps, 320x340 VBR up to 1.5mbps, 640x480 Utilizes Native iPad / iPhone Player (Full Screen) Limitations Still Exist Memory, Processor, Bandwidth (e.g. WiFi)Finding the Right Mobile MixStreaming Media For Mobile Devices
Desktops, Laptops, NetbooksiPad, iPhoneAndroid 2.3 DevicesSniffer 1. Determines Device 2. Pushes Optimum StreamFLVFLV H.264 Supported
There is Support for Captioning on Many Devices Not All Device Manufacturers Support Captions Still in Development: Currently xml, txt, scc, smi and six other caption formats Transcode and embed captions for H.264/mp4Addressing AccessibilityStreaming Media For Mobile Devices
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