Reduce delivery costs and infrastructure for massive-scale live media delivery over internal and public networks using P2P technology built into Flash Player.
Control your media publishing workflows, add redundancy, control access and protection, manage QoS, access advanced video player features, and leverage cloud services by operating your own media origin for both Flash Player and iOS HTTP streaming.
Enjoy support for HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), the format for iOS, inside the Safari browser and within apps, including Adobe AIR® for iOS. HLS support includes adaptive bitrate for both live video and video on demand (VOD), and also supports content protection with Adobe Access software.
Multicast in your network to increase the quality and security of your live enterprise video with source-specific multicast (SSM). Combine with P2P to increase reach and reduce infrastructure costs.
Expand your audience to include iOS devices with HTTP Live Streaming (HLS). Using the same media and live streams used for playback in Flash Player, you can deliver and protect full adaptive bitrate experiences to iOS devices as well as HTML5 browsers.
Dynamically segment and encrypt content with the Adobe Access DRM policy for HLS on iOS. Apply sophisticated business rules and policies to support premium video experiences for live, linear, and on-demand video.
Simplify the delivery and security of your live enterprise events and communication. With RTMPE, multicast and P2P streaming to Flash Player is always encrypted.
Generate manifest files more easily and with fewer errors with new tools that eliminate the need to manually create F4M and M3u8 files for live and VOD delivery to a variety of devices.
Keep your video stream playing while managing your storage disks thanks to disk management for live HTTP streaming. You can safely deliver rich, live experiences with rolling DVR windows, time shifting, and instant replay.
Increase the capacity and fault tolerance of your social or enterprise video and voice apps with new server chaining technology that lets operators distribute peer introductions across multiple servers.
Develop multiplayer games; softphone, voice, and video chat apps; and other large data-driven applications securely within your business while significantly reducing costs through the RTMFP protocol.
Integrate devices and conferencing technologies with a unified communication application using new SIP gateway services. Connect people to conference rooms, mobile phones, or other SIP-enabled communication services using Flash Player or Adobe AIR® apps.