Open standards specification drives new streaming media solutions

The Internet Streaming Media Alliance has released a new specification, which supports the latest audio and video compression technology, and seeks industry feedback
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The Internet Streaming Media Alliance, a non-profit corporation that accelerates the adoption and deployment of open standards for streaming rich media, has announced the availability of its 2.0 specification for public review and comment.

With support for the latest audio and video compression technology, ISMA 2.0 was created to drive new streaming media solutions ranging from mobile communications devices to high-definition set top boxes.

The new ISMA 2.0 specification supports AVC, HE-AAC, SDP, RTP/RTSP IP (Internet protocol) transport of audio and video, and the MP4 file format. It provides a complete set of tools for product development.

The specification can be downloaded at

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