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Matrox Monarch: Specs and Details from NAB 2013

I’ve been yelling a lot about the Matrox Monarch since it popped up at IBC last fall: a stand-alone H.264 streaming/capture device that has no competition, but does have tons of uses in production. It was officially unveiled this past Monday at the NAB 2013 show in Las Vegas. Conveniently, I was also in Las

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Want Video From The PlayStation 4? Ask Sony

All the #PS4 streaming and sharing: that’s on the hardware. Devs don’t have to do anything special to their game. #GDC — Greg Miller (@GameOverGreggy) March 27, 2013   On the gaming side, the above isn’t big news, beyond the obvious advantage that we won’t have 600 different streaming/sharing implementations done by 600 different devs.

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Matrox Monarch Unveiled!

  It actually exists! And looks cool! Matrox issued a press release today, firming up details on the Monarch: From any HDMI input source such as a camera or switcher, Matrox Monarch HD generates an H.264-encoded stream compliant with RTSP or RTMP protocol. While encoding the video at bitrates suitable for live streaming, Matrox Monarch

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Broadcasting with BitTorrent Live

This week BitTorrent announced the open beta of BitTorrent Live, a new(ish) peer-to-peer protocol for live streaming. In their own words: BitTorrent Live is a peer-to-peer live streaming protocol. It’s based on the principles of the BitTorrent protocol. And it’s designed to make real-time reporting, and open expression accessible to all. BitTorrent Live eliminates bandwidth,

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Did Call of Duty’s YouTube Streaming Break Already?

As probably all gamers know, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 releases on 11/13/2012. Here in America, that’s tomorrow; elsewhere in the world, that’s today. Since I’m interesting in their crazy new built-in streaming features, I went looking around YouTube for some streams from people who already got the game. Well, I found some. None

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Matrox Monarch Connections: There Are Only Two

Matrox has a Connections view of the Monarch on their Press site, that wasn’t available back when it was announced at IBC. I’ve previously speculated on what connections it would have; if this mockup is accurate, looks like I’m going to be disappointed. Now clearly this is a render and not a photo of the

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YouTube Powering Call of Duty Illegal Live Streaming

Published on November 8, 2012, by in Gaming.

A while ago, I wrote about how Twitch.tv was going to power Call of Duty’s new live streaming features. I was wrong. Turns out it’s going to be YouTube. I’m good with that – YouTube has been doing good things with their streaming stuff, and clearly have more reach than Twitch. What’s more interesting to

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Halo 4 Is For eSports…Except When It’s Not

Forbes has an interesting little interview with 343’s Kevin Franklin, talking about Halo 4’s potential for the eSports world. Honestly, there’s very little of substance in this “exclusive interview” – basically, Halo 4 has some multiplayer modes, they’d be good for eSports, and MLG Dallas will be featuring Halo 4. Of course, what isn’t mentioned is

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The Weird Legality of Video Game Streaming

Saw this Tweet from Twitch.tv a few weeks ago: For those picking up Dead or Alive 5 tonight, please do not broadcast until 6AM PDT, September 25, per Tecmo’s request. Thank you! — Twitch (@TwitchTV) September 24, 2012 Now I’m not active in the Twitch community, so this is probably more surprising to me than

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Twitch.tv Powering Call of Duty Live Streaming

  Today TechCrunch reported that Twitch has raised $15 million in venture capital. That’s fine on its own, but what caught my eye in the article were actually two unrelated bits: Twitch doesn’t just want to make it easier for gamers to stream their e-sports matchups to viewers, with one-click access that it’s added to

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