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WebRTC vs. RTSP: Understanding the IoT Video Streaming Protocols

DZone

At the moment, there is a constantly increasing number of smart video cameras collecting and streaming video throughout the world. In fact, the global video surveillance market is expected to reach $83 billion in the next five years. Of course, many of those cameras are used for security.

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All of Netflix’s HDR video streaming is now dynamically optimized

The Netflix TechBlog

by Aditya Mavlankar , Zhi Li , Lukáš Krasula and Christos Bampis High dynamic range ( HDR ) video brings a wider range of luminance and a wider gamut of colors, paving the way for a stunning viewing experience. HDR was launched at Netflix in 2016 and the number of titles available in HDR has been growing ever since.

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For your eyes only: improving Netflix video quality with neural networks

The Netflix TechBlog

Bampis , Li-Heng Chen and Zhi Li When you are binge-watching the latest season of Stranger Things or Ozark, we strive to deliver the best possible video quality to your eyes. To do so, we continuously push the boundaries of streaming video quality and leverage the best video technologies.

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How To Implement Video Information and Editing APIs in Java

DZone

In the past 15+ years, online video traffic has experienced a dramatic boom utterly unmatched by any other form of content. It must be said that this video traffic phenomenon primarily owes itself to modernizations in the scalability of streaming infrastructure, which simply weren’t present fifteen years ago.

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Performing Sentiment Analysis Video

DZone

This video talks about an end-to-end flow, wherein an email content having a specific subject line will be read, the email body would be analyzed using Azure Cognitive Services (Sentiment analysis), analysis results would be saved in Azure Table Storage and finally, the chart would be drawn in Excel.

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Logging Best Practices Revisited [Video]

DZone

I also did a video covering these ideas. If not the recording should appear right here: Either way, this isn't the first time I wrote about or talked about logging and the common pitfalls we see when logging in production or debugging. I covered this extensively in the old blog.

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Improving our video encodes for legacy devices

The Netflix TechBlog

by Mariana Afonso , Anush Moorthy , Liwei Guo , Lishan Zhu , Anne Aaron Netflix has been one of the pioneers of streaming video-on-demand content?—?we we announced our intention to stream video over 13 years ago, in January 2007?—?and how long it takes for the video to start playing), rebuffer rates, etc.,