Video Telemetry – A Solution in Azure

ABSTRACT We present a Video Telemetry solution in Azure, based on Application Insights. This solution can reach all major client platforms (iOS, Android, Windows 10 and all major web browsers, including but not limited to Azure Media Player) via various SDKs. Video Telemetry data can be accessed via Azure portal, Power BI and can also…

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Virtual Reality Live Streaming on Azure Media Services

This article is published at Azure Media Services & CDN blog space here. Virtual Reality live streaming on Azure Media Services workflow was announced at 2016 NAB and an end-to-end Virtual Reality live streaming demo was presented in Microsoft booth at NAB.

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Azure Media Test Tool

Introducing Azure Media Test Tool A reliable and versatile test tool is very important in building a video streaming solution. This is of course also true for building solutions on Azure Media Services, either live or on-demand. For example, in live streaming, even without content protection or CDN, an “issue” could be due to any…

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CENC with Multi-DRM and Access Control: A Reference Design and Implementation on Azure and Azure Media Services

This doc is published at Azure Documentation Center here. KEY WODS: Azure Active Directory, Azure Media Services, Azure Media Player, Dynamic Encryption, License Delivery, PlayReady, Widevine, FairPlay, Common Encryption(CENC), Multi-DRM, Axinom, DASH, EME, MSE, JSON Web Token (JWT), Claims, Modern Browsers, Key Rollover, Symmetric Key, Asymmetric Key, OpenID Connect, X509 certificate. .

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Using Axinom to deliver Widevine licenses to Azure Media Services

This blog is published in Azure Documentation Center here. An end-to-end reference implementation has been built: DASH streaming asset under Azure Media Services dynamic CENC protection with multi-DRM (PlayReady and Widevine). Both PlayReady license server from Azure Media Services and Widevine license server from Axinom require JWT token authentication.   Acknowledgment: Special acknowledgment goes to Mingfei…

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What Can You Do with Azure Media Indexer?

  Introduction The General Availability of Azure Media Indexer has been announced. Azure Media Indexer, formerly known as the Microsoft Audio Video Indexing Service (MAVIS), is a powerful, market differentiated content extraction service which can be used to search inside a video instead of just its metadata. Further background information on Azure Media Indexer can…

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How Many Origin Reserved Units Do You Need for an Azure Media Services Live Streaming Channel?

Origin RU Estimate Using Azure Media Services Live, you can stream live video content to viewers. When designing a live streaming solution using Azure Media Services, it is necessary to make estimate of the number of origin RUs (Reserved Units) you need. For this purpose, first a few basic facts are in order: If you…

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