Description - Internet Video by Damien Stolarz
All you need to master preparing, capturing, compressing, securing, and delivering Internet videoFinally, there s a start-to-finish guide to Internet video for everyone who needs to understand it: Web professionals, managers, software developers, marketers, and hobbyists, even investors. Mastering Internet Video brings together clear, coherent coverage of every key issue: compression, formats, standards, servers, software, hardware, networking, multicasting, digital rights management, video editing--even troubleshooting. Damien Stolarz offers both conceptual and practical information, as well as coverage of all leading formats and platforms. Best of all, he presents easy-to-use, step-by-step solutions for each of today s most common Internet video usage scenarios.
Coverage includesComprehensive conceptual coverage of capturing, preparing, and deploying video on the InternetA practical guide to video compression--including expert help with performance and quality tradeoffsObjective information for evaluating streaming servers, software, and hardware--including solutions from Microsoft, Real, Apple, Macromedia, and othersHow networks and the Internet handle video data--including the challenges of real-time data delivery(c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.
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Author Biography - Damien Stolarz
Mastering Internet Video: A Guide to Streaming and On-Demand VideoAbout the Author Damien is an entrepreneur with 15 years of experience making computers talk to each other. He cofounded static.com (also known as Blue Falcon Networks, which is now akimbo.com) in 1995, where in his long tenure as Chief Tech-nology Officer, he led the development of numerous technologies including an online service, networked multiplayer games, and peer-to-peer cost-reduction software for video streaming. In 2002, he started Robot Army Corporation (http://www.robotarmy.com), a software consultancy and R&D house, which continues to develop large-scale media delivery software among other secret projects. In 2004, Robot Army spun off Carbot, Inc. (http://www.carbotpc.com), which designs and manufactures in-car entertainment of computers. Damien holds a bachelor or science degree in computer science/engineering from UCLA.