Software Development
Web Application
Website Development
Ecommerce Solution
Multimedia Services
Content Management
Outsourcing Services
Search Engine Optimization
Video Streaming:

Streaming Methods:
There are two ways to view media on the internet (such as video, audio, animations, etc): Downloading and streaming.

Downloading:
When you download a file the entire file is saved on your computer (usually in a temporary folder), which you then open and view. This has some advantages (such as quicker access to different parts of the file) but has the big disadvantage of having to wait for the whole file to download before any of it can be viewed. If the file is quite small this may not be too much of an inconvenience, but for large files and long presentations it can be very off-putting.

The easiest way to provide downloadable video files is to use a simple hyperlink to the file. A slightly more advanced method is to embed the file in a web page using special HTML code.

Delivering video files this way is known as HTTP streaming or HTTP delivery. HTTP means Hyper Text Transfer Protocol, and is the same protocol used to deliver web pages. For this reason it is easy to set up and use on almost any website, without requiring additional software or special hosting plans.

Streaming:
Streaming media works a bit differently — the end user can start watching the file almost as soon as it begins downloading. In effect, the file is sent to the user in a (more or less) constant stream, and the user watches it as it arrives. The obvious advantage with this method is that no waiting is involved. Streaming media has additional advantages such as being able to broadcast live events (sometimes referred to as a webcast or netcast).

File Formats
There are many video file formats to choose from when creating video streams. The most common formats are:

Windows Media
RealMedia
Quicktime
MPEG (in particular MPEG-4)
Adobe Flash

Live webcasting
Where else can you reach an audience as large as television for a fraction of the price?
Live internet broadcasts are perfect for company announcements, seminars, lectures, convention coverage, product commercials, sporting events and distance learning.

In addition, after your event airs live, it can be rebroadcast to any viewer at the touch of a button 24x7 directly from your web site.

DVD & Streaming Video
DVD is the future and the present! This medium has a tremendous power and versatility. Our services include: DVD Authoring, Menu and content design, Video Production, Mastering and Replication.

 
Copyright©2009. Robocom Business Systems Pvt Ltd. All rights reserved