Tag: HLS

Presentation Timestamp

Presentation Timestamp is a crucial concept used to ensure the proper synchronization and presentation timing of media segments within an HLS stream. PTS helps maintain

Low-latency HTTP Live Streaming

Low-latency HTTP Live Streaming is an extension of the HLS protocol designed to minimize latency in video streaming. While both LL-HLS and HLS are based

Encoded Bitrate

Encoded Bitrate is the bitrate of the compressed (i.e. during ABR encode/transcode) audio or video media objects, each Bitrate level representing different quality levels in

Common Media Application Format

Common Media Application Format is an Apple-Microsoft standard aiming to simplify workflows by defining concurrent use of multiple ABR methods (e.g. DASH, HLS) while using

Comments on HLS Steering Proposal

In this document, a cross-functional working group committee reviews and responds to the HLS Content Steering Proposal 1.1b1 and the subsequent Redundant Stream Steering Proposal

Manifest

A manifest refers to a text file that describes other files that can be fetched as part of Adaptive Bitrate Streaming (ABR). A master manifest

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