Cardinal Peak is ecstatic that Ben Mesander is rejoining its team as a director of application engineering. Leveraging a rare understanding of complex video and image processing technologies, Ben leverages more than 30 years of engineering experience to solve the most complex challenges with creativity.
Looking to stream your content but not sure which protocol is the right fit for your project? This blog breaks down the differences between low-latency streaming media protocols and HTTP-based adaptive streaming protocols, discusses the advantages of each and empowers you to make an informed decision.
WebRTC provides an efficient way to share video, audio and other data without the need for any plug-ins or additional software. Discover how WebRTC enables real-time communication, providing the ability to create dynamic and interactive video experiences.
It used to be that storing and retrieving vast amounts of video data was quite challenging. Now, Amazon Kinesis Video offers capabilities to cost-effectively process streaming data at any scale, completely simplifying video and audio data storage.
Earlier this week, I wrote about the importance of synching audio and video, something that we use in many applications. We’ve already discussed why it’s necessary, and today I want to talk about the different ways to do it, some easier than others. Adjust the Video The most common and easiest way to correct for… View Article
These days, we employ audio and video applications in everything from IoT to embedded products, and one challenge that comes up time and time again is synchronization. Synchronization between audio and video streams is the most common case, but some applications require synchronization between multiple A/V streams, the latter being much more complicated. For the… View Article
GStreamer is a very good open-source multimedia framework supported on almost every platform conceivable. To use advanced features of GStreamer in Windows, we updated the complex legacy instructions for building GStreamer-1.0 (1.8.0) on Windows.
I’ve got a new blog post up at EE Times, talking about how to build video devices for the Internet of Things: Video cameras are uniquely compelling sensors because vision is our dominant sense. Video is invaluable for applications such as license plate recognition, robot navigation, and quality monitoring. Unfortunately, video is also one of… View Article