The Streaming Media Bible is the authoritative and comprehensive guide for producing professional-quality streaming media over the Internet. It provides an overview of what streaming media is, how it can be used and the tools and software programs available to consumers and businesses alike. It covers all aspects of streaming media, from the capturing, creation and optimization of source media files, to encoding and serving files over sites using the primary available technologies. Throughout the book, the streaming process is dissected and separated into its component pieces: original media creation, encoding, and serving. All three major streaming media systems (RealNetworks' RealSystem, Apple QuickTime and Microsoft Windows Media) are covered. ABOUT THE CD-ROM Includes a cross-platform CD-ROM with software and examples: RealPlayer, RealProducer, RealServerBasic Windows Media Technologies, Windows Media Player 8, Windows Media On Demand Encoder, Apple QuickTime Player, QuickTime Encoder, SoundForge XP or CoolEdit, sample audio clips, sample video clips, video tutorials, and sample code libraries.Many streaming media professionals have all three media players installed on their computers, but this is not ... Just as some Web users prefer either the Netscape or the Microsoft browser, some streaming media users prefer a particular media player and do not use any of the competing ... The SHOUTcast server runs not only on Windows but also on several types of Unix (although live broadcasting isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Streaming Media Bible|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2002-05-20|