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What's New in FMS 4.5 with Steve Allison


Event posted 10/12/11 by amandaJohnson last edited 10/13/11
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Title
What's New in FMS 4.5 with Steve Allison

Date and Time
October 18, 2011 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (GMT-7 Mountain Time US & Canada)

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Address
http://realeyes.adobeconnect.com/fmsug
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Call-in Details
http://realeyes.adobeconnect.com/fmsug

Speakers

Steve Allison is a Senior Technical Evangelist for Adobe’s video delivery technologies.  Working with major EMEA broadcasters such as the BBC, Virgin Media and M6, Steve has helped them create Flash based IPTV and catch-up solutions for public and subscription based business models.

Agenda

FMS 4.5 is here and is so much more than just a "dot release".  Get up to speed with Flash Media Server's newest features from Steve Allison, Senior Technical Evangelist for Adobe's video devlivery technologies.

Deliver media to multiple platforms - including Apple iOS devices with native HLS - with a choice of powerful protocols that can save significant bandwidth costs and lighten network load. Encode once and deliver across platforms with on-demand media packaging. Deliver exceptional media experiences with protected delivery and real-time encryption for your high-quality content. Steve Allison will talk through the changes with FMS 4.5 that can put some more powerful video tools in your arsenal including:

This release of Flash Media Server will change the video delivery game, learn how at FMSUG.  This will be a live web meeting, so you'll have the opportunity to ask Steve questions in real time.

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Note: We are having two meetings on this same topic (October 18th and 25th).  You can attend one - or both.  They will be largely identical.  Thanks, Steve, for these two opportunities to learn about FMS 4.5!

Keywords
fms 4.5, fmsug, steve allison, fms

Comments

posted 10/18/11 by Nikola Nikolov | Report Abuse

I guess the "GMT-7" was wrong after all...