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We’ve released Hyperlapse for Azure Media Services, which integrates Hyperlapse technology with a media processor in the cloud.
This is a public preview of the same Live Encoding technology used to power digital coverage of large events such as Super Bowl XLIX and the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.
Azure Content Delivery Network integration with Azure Media Services provides point-and-click provisioning of edge services to speed your time to market and give your content global reach.
Media Encoder Premium for Azure Media Services offers new and advanced encoding capabilities, including support for MXF and DVCPRO formats, in addition to 4K AVC, multilanguage audio, closed captioning, deinterlacing, and color conversion.
Content Protection for Azure Media Services offers static and dynamic encryption with PlayReady license delivery and an AES 128-bit key delivery service.
The same live streaming and content protection solutions that delivered the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2014 FIFA World Cup to broadcasters around the world is now available.
Live Channels for Azure Media Services is available and fully supported by the Azure SLA.
On November 1, 2015, Azure Media Packager and Azure Media Encryptor reach their end-of-life.
The same live streaming solution that delivered the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2014 FIFA World Cup to broadcasters around the world is now available in preview.
The new GA release of Autoscale includes performance- and schedule-based scaling, and you can customize it to scale based on metrics you define.
New management libraries include an SDK that automates how you provision and manage Azure assets.
Azure ISO Certification expanded to include SQL Database, Active Directory, Traffic Manager, Web Sites, BizTalk Services, Media Services, Mobile Services, Service Bus, Multi-Factor Authentication, and HDInsight.