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09.28.2009
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Brightcove supports Adobe Flash media

Brightcove, the online video platform, has rolled out broad support for Adobe Flash Media Server 3.5.

The support, Brightcove said, is through content delivery services provided by Limelight Networks, a company with more than 700 customers in 28 countries. Limelight has turnkey access to enhanced dynamic delivery capabilities for HD-quality online video.

Brightcove has also introduced on-demand access to advanced security options for video stream encryption and SWF verification to the company’s global customer base.

This announcement delivers on Brightcove and Adobe’s strategic alliance, announced at NAB in April, to collaborate on technology and services that will enhance the quality of online video experiences and accelerate the development of content protection for rich media.

By rolling out Flash Media Server 3.5, Brightcove customers will be able to take advantage of cloud-based services for H.264 encoding, bandwidth optimization, dynamic streaming for multiple renditions, interactivity and prebuilt services for live and on-demand streaming.



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