Adaptive Bitrate for Wowza Streaming Engine

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Apr 04, 2021 Apr 04, 2021

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So we're working on a VOD / "Live" Streaming network that feeds from the Video on Demand Library. So basically what I need to do is create different birate versions of our 1080 masters for example. I'd need it in example 720, 480,360,160 and I load those files onto the Wowza Server.

 

Could I also install Media Encoder on a system dedicated to watching a watch folder to do this encoding for me?

 

What's the most efficent way to make this happen with Adobe Media Encorder? I've attached the URL for bitrate instructions from Wowza for reference - 

 

Instructions for taking the converted bitrate files to create the ABR Stream - https://www.wowza.com/docs/how-to-do-adaptive-bitrate-streaming

 

Instructions for using FFMEG to encode - 

https://www.wowza.com/docs/how-to-live-stream-using-ffmpeg-with-wowza-streaming-engine

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Thanks! 

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Apr 07, 2021 Apr 07, 2021

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The most basic part of what I'm trying to figure out is what's the best method of creating this as a preset at the very least. So that when I bring something into Encoder I already have a preset made to create the 4 resolution versions to that spec. 

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