High speed encoding has been a top customer ask for Azure Media Services and that ask has now been met by enabling customers to select between three different types of Encoding Reserved Units. In this post, I will cover how you can use the new Encoding Reserved Units and the speed gains that you will get as a result.
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Part 3 in a series of posts that will help you audit the life cycle of media assets (with sample code). Part 3 specifically focused on generating a report that shows when individual files were added to an asset.
Part 2 in a series of posts that will help you audit the life cycle of media assets (with sample code). Part 2 specifically focused on tracking assets as they are copied from Storage to VMs for media processing.
This post provides sample code that can be used as a starting point for planning a monitoring system for your application built on top of Media Services.
Part 1 in a series of blogs that will help you audit the life cycle of media assets (with sample code)
In this post, you will learn how to provide sample code to use to generate a breakdown of billable gigabytes at a job and task level.
Storage for Media Services Storage is a very critical component of Media workflows. When you create a Media Services account,…