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Helps you choose audio and video equipment, capture and edit, and set up a streaming site.
* Explores how streaming media can be delivered via dial-up connections, as well as broadband connections.
* CD-ROM includes the author's streaming software package, allowing readers to configure, monitor, and mange a live encoded media stream.
* Reviews server issues, digital distribution systems, advanced enterprise streaming, and narrowband versus broadband.
* Also addresses legal issues and the future of streaming with wireless devices.
About the Author.
PART ONE. EXPLORING AND UNDERSTANDING THE MEDIUM.
Chapter 1. Getting Started.
Chapter 2. Understanding the Image Capture Process.
Chapter 3. Editing Movies with an iMac and a Digital Camera.
PART TWO. CHOOSING THE TOOLS OF THE TRADE.
Chapter 4. Video Cameras and Recorders: The First Component of Quality.
Chapter 5. Audio/Video Capture Devices: The Second Component of Quality.
Chapter 6. Capture Cards Compared: Making a High-Quality Choice.
PART THREE. PROCESSING AND PRODUCING CONTENT.
Chapter 7. Preprocessing Audio and Video.
Chapter 8. Building Encoders with Server Connections.
Chapter 9. Working with Compression Software.
Chapter 10. Using Cleaning, Editing, and Other Streaming Resources.
Chapter 11. Transcoding File Formats.
PART FOUR. MANAGING AND DEPLOYING THE MEDIA.
Chapter 12. Developing Content Management and E-Commerce Solutions.
Chapter 13. Enhancing the Streaming Enterprise.
Chapter 14. Employing Network Infrastructure Software.
Chapter 15. Managing Media Assets.
PART FIVE WORKING WITH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES.
Chapter 16. Implementing Wireless Technology.
Chapter 17. Streaming for Security and Surveillance.
Chapter 18. Envisioning the Future.
Appendix A: Glossary.
Appendix B: What's on the CD-ROM.
Wiley Publishing, Inc. End-User License Agreement.