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RealEyes: Vision for Digital Innovation

We create interactive software solutions and custom video applications and infrastructures that integrate into the desktop, and growing mobile environments. Our specialization in streaming media has allowed us to architect and deploy complete end to end Enterprise CDN solutions and build custom video players that have had record breaking audiences from all over the world.

Balancing between proven practices and emerging technology we aim to deliver the best solution for your needs at the highest quality possible. We are expert consultants and trainers with the goal to reinforce your team and our work is built with performance, needs, and scalability in mind.

 

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Aug 26

Using JMeter to Load Test Live HLS Concurrency of Wowza Streaming Engine

When I was tasked with determine the max users that an m4.xlarge AWS instance running WowzaStreamingEngine delivering HLS content could reliably handle; I found out quickly I had a fairly difficult task ahead of me. Luckily I found a few blog posts that pointed me in the right direction and provided the base JMeter test plan to work with.

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Aug 19

Different uses for the HTML5 Canvas tool

One of my co-workers suggested I look into the HTML5 Canvas as a possible solution. After looking into the canvas element I realized it was not only the perfect solution to my current problem, but it could also be a very useful tool for future projects involving graphical elements that need to changed based on user interaction.

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Jul 09

Add Closed Caption Support for JWPlayer within iOS Native Player

Until JWPlayer decides to use HTML5’s built in closed caption support instead of overlaying text across the video this workaround will need to be included for your website to support closed captions on iOS devices when playing back video in fullscreen. Luckily the fix is very simple and non-obtrusive.

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