We are currently using adobe media server and red5 for streaming. It is working using adobe flex and encoding h.264. Now, we would like to improve audio/video quality, and have multi-bit rate with low latency. Some issues: 1. Our existing audio/video in h.264 adobe flex rtmp encoding is pixelating during movements. 2. When encoding with ffmpeg for mbr there is latency of 3 to 5 seconds . How to reduce latency for live interactive sessions? 3. We are having some audio issues. With aac audio we get more latency. With 2 audio inputs, it seems to get unstable and crash.+7 Other Responses
Gstreamer / Cctv System Design
Our company develops a cctv (videosurveillance) product of our own. Recently we have been working on a full rebuild of our core platform to support h.264 recording and live streaming of ip cctv camera's.
We have found that we lack some knowledge on the gstreamer / rstp / videostreaming and are looking for an expert on gstreamer that we can use for consultancy, and optionally for development work.. please feel free to contact me if you have additional questions
expert can work remotely.
Must need experience in:
3. Rtsp & h.264 familiarity+3 Other Responses
Video & Content Production
We are looking for experts who can provide their insights about a startup seeking equity investment. Startup description: end-to-end platform for the world’s top brands to hire elite production teams and create world-class creative content, with an initial focus on video.
Experts that have interest, knowledge or background in:
industry: video & content production, marketing services
technology: marketplaces, invite only platforms
who we are:
we are an online investment platform working to provide a fair and transparent process for startup evaluations and that selects the companies that will outperform other startups in the next three to ten years.
Who you are:
you do not need to be an experienced angel investor to be a valuable member of the evaluation team. We seek a diverse group with expertise that may cover the market, business model, technology and customers of the startup company. However, if you are an accredited investor, you have the option (but not an obligation) to invest as little as $1000 fee- and carry-free in the startup company if the resulting evaluation leads to an investment.
What you will do:
as a participating evaluation team member, you will answer a set of questions and rate the comments and feedback of other evaluators.
How it works:
1. Create an account on our website
2. Get vetted by the startup’s founder
3. Watch a video and review other pitch materials
4. Answer 4 evaluation questions
5. Attend a live q&a session
6. Return to the website to review updated info
(this is an all volunteer community of industry experts and investors that evaluate startups, requiring about 2 hours total of your time over about 2 weeks.)
what’s in it for you:
- an inside look at cutting-edge technology or go-to-market approaches
- introductions to company management, upon request
- collaboration with like-minded experts who are on your evaluation team
- contributing to creating a fairer, more-informative process for startups seeking investment+9 Other Responses