Flash Media Server Archives

November 6, 2006

Flash Media Server 2 live seminar

Flash Media Server 2 (FMS2) offers the unique combination of traditional
streaming media capabilities and a flexible development environment for
creating and delivering innovative, interactive media applications to
the broadest possible audience. This seminar will discuss how FMS2
enables organizations to create and deliver a range of basic experiences
such as Video on Demand, live web-event broadcasts, and MP3 streaming as
well as rich media communication applications like video blogging, video
messaging, and multimedia chat environments to let you reach your
audiences the way you want.

Sign up today and find out how FMS2 can help you:

Reach the widest audience with the least effort - Flash reaches over 98%
of all connected desktops and consistently works across operating
systems and browsers, freeing up your development staff to work on great
new experiences rather than creating fixes to work across platforms.

Create and deliver consistent and highly differentiated media
experiences - Seamlessly integrate media experiences in your website
without additional pop up windows and easily build custom players with
unique functionality to differentiate engage and retain your

Engage your audience with interactive content - Enable your viewers to
jump to any part of the video through the Advance Seek feature, embed
clickable hotspots to display associated content, as well as let them
choose from different points of view with multiple camera angles.

Lower development costs - Bypass the need to encode into different
formats and develop multiple versions of your site to reach multiple
platforms. Encode and develop once and
deliver everywhere with FMS2.

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