Software Engineer in Indonesia
Social Media Video Distribution
You've got this terrific live video content for people to see. Where are you going to place it? Live videos no more have posted only on one website. Videos now stream on multiple social media sites at precisely the exact same time. It's going to cost a fortune to purchase gear, and take a whole lot of effort to encode and flow to all these websites, right? Wrong! With a brand new online service called Videolinq, you ship in 1 live stream from your camera, your telephone or pc, and they distribute the identical stream to multiple sites, blogs, social networking platforms, and YouTube channels in the same moment.
Videolinq is a new cloud service for "re-purposing" live streams. Videolinq's Scheduler places the beginning and end period of live streams, and transmits the identical stream to multiple destinations. It is possible to send the same flow to all targets, or use their transcoder into "transrate" (prepare different streams of few window sizes and bitrates) outputs to each destination. Videolinq also supplies a HTML5 Player Wizard to create commercial free players (with support for Vimeo and YouTube videos!) , and the best part: cover just for the service when you use it! Videolinq is a cloud assistance, meaning you pay a flat hourly fee for the actual time the service is utilized.
The idea behind Videolinq began when people began streaming live video content to more places to reach larger audience. People no longer visit your website. They wish to see your Facebook page, your YouTube station, or other social networking existence. If your live video only appears on your site, you are confined to people who come there directly. Sites that rank well on search engines get more visitors. Some articles goes viral and folks share it with friends. What to do if you've got lots of followers on multiple large platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Periscope? In the past, you'd setup one device (phone, tabletcomputer, computer) to flow to each account. Complicated! Then you would look at buying encoding systems with expensive software, and configure the system to send many streams to all your channels. Expensive! Using Videolinq, you send only 1 flow in, from