Live and on-demand Smooth Streaming, part of IIS Media Services, enables highly-scalable adaptive streaming of HD content and live events. Since it was introduced, customers worldwide have used it to create compelling video experiences. Here are just a few highlights…
Smooth Streaming enables uninterrupted streaming to Silverlight and other clients via HTTP, up to true HD (720p+). The quality level for each user seamlessly shifts as needed to adapt to changing bandwidth and playback conditions.
Measure and then monetize your IIS-delivered media experiences with customizable client and server data, and share that information in real-time with a third-party analytics service, using Advanced Logging.
Convert with Ease
Whether you need to convert either full media libraries or a steady flow of incoming files, let Transform Manager automate the job submission, scheduling, management, media transcoding, and encryption.
Server-based Web Playlists enables you to protect, personalize, and monetize your progressively downloaded media assets across multiple media formats.
Live Smooth Streaming provides massive scalability, full DVR controls, and extended engagement times for PCs, Macs, set-top boxes, and mobile devices – including support for Apple devices.
scale to the edge
Users have a better experience when your web and media content is close to them, so use Application Request Routing on your edge servers to provide proxying and disk-based edge caching.
Bit Rate Throttling increases scalability for progressive downloads while reducing bandwidth costs by intelligently detecting and metering media files.
While you can use Microsoft technologies to build a complete end-to-end solution on your own, sometimes working with one or more partners can help you achieve your goals more easily and quickly. Below, you will find a set of partners that have announced products or services that support IIS Media Services, including IIS Smooth Streaming. Click on a partner name to learn more.
Click on an image below to read the case study related to that event.