How to set up Akamai HLS Ingest

How to use Live Transcoding with Akamai Media Services Akamai HLS Ingest allows you to deliver live HLS streams to devices running iOS 3 and higher and Android 4 and higher. With Encoding.com’s Live Transcoding features Akamai is able to deliver your live stream to users around the world. Setting up Akamai account Log in Read more

Sending Output to Microsoft Azure

If you want to deliver your output video files to Microsoft Azure containers, follow these steps:   On the right side of the same page (on which you see Information about your uploaded video), notice the column labeled Step Two. Click the + symbol to expand the Job Notification and Region section. From the Region Read more

Sending Output to Rackspace

If you want to deliver your output video files to cloud file folders on your Rackspace account, follow these steps:   On the right side of the same page (on which you see Information about your uploaded video), notice the column labeled Step Two. Click the + symbol to expand the Job Notification and Region Read more

What can I do—S3 is just not working for me?

You’ve read all the help articles, you’ve done your homework, and S3 is still giving you grief? In many cases, we’ve found that one simple check will help. Perhaps your source or destination URL looks like this:   http://[your_accesskey_code]:[your_secretkey_code]@CLIVETHEGOAT.s3.amazonaws.com/path   We have to remember that Amazon AWS does not recognize capital letters of bucket names (the Read more

Sending output to Amazon S3

To deliver your output video files to a bucket on your Amazon S3 account, follow these steps below. Although there are many steps, it’s quite easy!   NOTE: Before downloading, it’s important that you’ve done some basic setup on your Amazon S3 account.   On the right side of the same page (on which you Read more

Setup for Amazon S3

To process Amazon S3 files, you need to perform some basic setup by creating at least one Amazon file bucket. You’ll also need to create security keys. Read the sections below to learn how to perform both of these important tasks.   Creating a Bucket / Region To upload/download videos to and from Amazon S3, Read more

Sending Output to YouTube

  NOTE: Before you can send output to YouTube, you'll need to configure your Google account for 2-step verification.  To learn more, see Setup for Output to YouTube .   If you want to deliver your output video file(s) to your YouTube account, follow these steps:   1. On the right side of the same Read more

Setup for Output to YouTube

Before you can send output video files to your YouTube account, you will need your Google Username and the Google Application-Specific Password for your YouTube account.   NOTE: Your primary Google password will not work for sending output files from Encoding.com. You will need to use an Application-Specific Password.[/alert]   Before you create a Google Read more

Sending Output to an FTP server

To deliver your output video files to an FTP server, perform these steps:   1. On the right side of the same page (on which you see Information about your uploaded video), notice the column labeled Step Two. Click the + symbol to expand the Job Notification and Region section. 2. From the Region dropdown Read more

Optimized S3 Transport

We have implemented a new multithreaded transfer protocol that greatly accelerates transmit time out of Amazon S3’s storage location.  On average we are seeing a 4-5X speed improvement  with peak up to 10x faster than our legacy protocol.  If your source media is stored on Amazon S3, you can activate multithread download by adding ?multithread Read more