Fraunhofer Presents MPEG-DASH Streaming With HEVC And 7.1 HE-AAC At IBC

Everyone has been talking about Audio Streaming lately. We thought we would add our own take on it.

DTS Technology Partners Add MPEG-DASH Live Streaming Support for DTS-HD Content

13 September 2013 | 7:00 am IBC 2013: Stand 2.B50 DTS, Inc. , a leader in high-definition and audio , today announced that , a leading supplier ofvideo solutions for multiscreen content delivery, and castLabs, a mobile and services company, will support live streaming of DTS-HD content through the MPEG-DASH format. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/dts-technology-partners-add-mpeg-070000869.html

Digital Rapids and DTS Add HLS and Microsoft Smooth Streaming Support for DTS-HD Content

13 September 2013 | 7:00 am IBC 2013: Stand 2.B50 DTS, Inc. , a leader in high-definition and audio , today announced that Digital Rapids, trusted provid http://finance.yahoo.com/news/digital-rapids-dts-add-hls-070000009.html

Fraunhofer Presents MPEG-DASH Streaming with HEVC and 7.1 HE-AAC at IBC

12 September 2013 | 3:02 pm A major shift in audio and video streaming techniques has emerged with the introduction of an ISO standard for Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP , also known as MPEG-DASH. Fraunhofer is a codeveloper of the MPEG-DASH standard and a leading source of DASH implementations. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/fraunhofer-presents-mpeg-dash-streaming-150200706.html

Eternally listen to music from this Spotify-streaming casket | Digital …

10 September 2013 | 3:56 pm You don't have to say goodbye to your beloved music playlists when you die… you can listen to it six feet under the ground. http://www.digitaltrends.com/social-media/you-can-get-a-coffin-to-play-your-funeral-songs-via-spotify/

Xbox Music heads to Android and iOS with free web streaming …

9 September 2013 | 1:00 pm In their continued attempts to be a player in the , Microsoft has announced plans to open up Xbox Music to almost everything with a screen. While the world has no shortage of decent music  http://www.geek.com/games/xbox-music-heads-to-android-and-ios-with-free-web-streaming-1569998/

Sony BM10 Bluetooth Music Receiver: Wireless audio streaming …

9 September 2013 | 9:05 am Sony introduced the Bluetooth Music Receiver BM10 at IFA last week as expected. The device can be seen as a companion device to the IM10 Miracast Wireless Display that we reported on yesterday. Instead of wireless  http://www.xperiablog.net/2013/09/09/sony-bm10-bluetooth-music-receiver-wireless-audio-streaming/

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    Comcast Xfinity Or At&t U Verse? In the house we have 2 mobile devices, xbox live, and 3 computers running wifi at the same time almost all the time. We have u verse at the moment and we lag depending on how many devices are running at the same time. Would there be a difference in performance if we switch to the 25mbps plan currently on their site? anyone that can testify?

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      Comcast Xfinity is a DOCSIS 3.0 cable Internet service. Comcast has many speed tiers, up to 305 Mbps in some areas. http://isp1.us/blog/comcast-to-launch-ungodly-fast-305-mbps-home-internet/

      At&t markets two U-Verse products, standard DSL over copper and a FTTK (Fiber To The Kerb/Curb) fiber optic Internet connection which uses fiber-optic trunk lines and then copper from the curb to your house. Most At&t Internet connections are standard DSL in the 3 to 12 Mbps range, At&t fiber optic U-Verse can be as fast as 24 Mbps at the top speed tier. With heavy competition from other ISPs, At&t is testing faster fiber speeds. http://isp1.us/blog/att-u-verse-launches-testing-for-faster-speeds/

      That being said,

      Your Internet bandwidth is shared among all of the users of your home network via your wireless router. So any bandwidth others are using will be deducted from the total WAN (Internet) bandwidth that is available to you.

      In simple terms, the more users you have the more speed will be required.

      Many people would be likely be surprised at how many active connections their wireless router has. I have dozens. cell phones, tablets, iPods, game consoles, laptops, desktops, ROKU boxes, Internet enabled devices such as TVs and audio receivers, and the list goes on.

      Streaming video, such as Netflix and Hulu require a lot of bandwidth. Here are the minimum recommendations from Netflix. https://support.netflix.com/en/node/306

      Naturally more speed is always better, however the tradeoff is price.

      You’ll generally want to pick the fastest Internet plan that fits your budget. In some areas this can be 300 Mbps+. But these high end broadband plans are expensive. You may find that something in the 10 to 50 Mbps range might satisfy your needs at a much lower cost.

      GAMING LAG:
      Important factors for gaming are “ping” (latency) and upload speed. You can test these speeds here: http://speedtest.net

      Latency is the delay (ping time) in milliseconds that it takes the signal to travel to the server and back. The lower the number the better, Ideally you want less than 80 ms ping to the gaming server.

      Upload speed also plays a factor in updating your player position data to the gaming server. Slow upload speeds can cause your online game to lag. The faster the better, but at least 0.5 Mbps would be my minimum recommendation.

      You can also experience gaming lag from a poor wireless connection between your computer and the router. Wireless connections suck for online gaming.

      Even more important than speed for online gaming applications is the increased latency experienced by a wireless connection.

      Although WiFi is convenient for mobility, wireless interference can cause it’s connection speed and quality to vary wildly.

      Wireless signals are affected by many factors including distance, wall density, electrical interference, directional antenna range, etc.

      All of these factors will affect your actual wireless range. As wireless connection quality varies the connection speeds are renegotiated. The connection may start at 150 Mbps and end up at less than 10 Mbps or drop entirely. Remember, this is the speed of the WLAN connection between your WiFi device and the router, not the Internet speed.

      For serious gaming or video streaming your best bet is a direct Ethernet connection. Ethernet is unaffected by wireless interference and will give you a rock solid, stable network connection.

      I would try temporarily plugging your Xbox into the router via a Ethernet cable.

      If your game still lags with a direct Ethernet connection, then the fastest router or wireless adapter in the world won’t help, you’ll need to upgrade your Internet plan or switch to a faster ISP.

      If it is not feasible to run Ethernet cable your next best option is to use powerline network adapters. I wrote a review here: http://isp1.us/reviews/netgear-xavb2101-powerline-adapter/

      You plug one in by your router and one in the room where you need access and connect them to the devices with standard Ethernet patch cables. The network signals are transmitted over your existing home electrical wiring which will not be affected by wireless interference.

      Good Luck…

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    Can I Wire This Sub To 2 Ohms? Its in the tittle but i mean, ya can i wire this SAFELY to 2 ohm, or even better 1 ohm? Just curious. I will be putting this subwoofer on a sound stream amp that does 600 rms at 2ohm and at 1 it does 900.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/RE-Audio-SEX15D4-SEX-15D4-15-Dual-4-ohm-SE-X-Series-Car-Subwoofer-Sub-Woofer-/300948571091?pt=Car_Subwoofers_Enclosures&hash=item4611eec3d3

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    A/V Receiver HDMI And Optical Question? Hello! I just had a question that I couldn’t figure out for the life of me. I have a Sony home theater A/V receiver, it has HDMI inputs and Optical inputs. I, of course have my things connected through HDMI. My receiver has HDMI plugs for SAT/CATV, BD/DVD, and a game system. It also has two optical connections for SAT/CATV, and TV. I can select to use either the HDMI audio or Optical audio for the SAT/CATV connection, for which I use HDMI. But, I can pick the TV optical input (which changes the input from SAT/CATV to just the TV optical input) but video still streams out of the HDMI out to my TV from the receiver. Why would the HDMI video from SAT/CATV stream out, but have the audio be the TV optical in? I was just curious, I have everything setup through HDMI. Thanks!
    Just to clarify, my receiver has an HDMI out plug that goes to my TV’s HDMI in. Also, the “SAT/CATV” and “TV” inputs are separate. They aren’t linked. The “SAT/CATV” HDMI input also has a linked optical input that you can select. I’m wondering why the video would stream from the “SAT/CATV” HDMI input if the TV optical input was selected for audio.
    ONE more thing, I also figured out that it isn’t just the “SAT/CATV” video that goes out when “TV” is selected. All of the HDMI inputs will still stream video out even if the “TV” optical is selected.

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    A Good Video Camera For Live Music Etc? I am looking for something that can output directly into Windows Movie Maker. I don’t want to have mess around converting files etc(I already have a Sony Handycam DVD106 and its anything but handy). I would like something that records the audio and video streams separately so I don’t have to use an audio extractor program. I might also be do a fair amount of wandering about whilst I film so if it had some sort stabiliser that would be handy but no essential. I’m not Bill Gates so I only want to spend a few hundred pounds on a second hand one. I’m not worried about it being the latest all singing all dancing super lightweight. Its not for professional use and my previous efforts have been so dreadful that it can’t help but be an improvement. I find with the Handycam that I spend so much time getting the files to a useable format that by the time I actually edit in Movie Maker I’ve had enough and I just chuck it all together. See below

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfp_55xvTek
    Hi Mmm J: Thanks for that. Some really handy tips. The version of WMM is 2.1.4028.0 and I am running XP sp3. I guess my biggest prob with the Sony is the DVD VOB file thing.

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