Streaming Media: Building and Implementing a Complete Streaming System

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Wiley, Mar 14, 2003 - Computers - 368 pages
Helps you choose audio and video equipment, capture and edit, and set up a streaming site.
* Explores how streaming media can be delivered via dial-up connections, as well as broadband connections.
* CD-ROM includes the author's streaming software package, allowing readers to configure, monitor, and mange a live encoded media stream.
* Reviews server issues, digital distribution systems, advanced enterprise streaming, and narrowband versus broadband.
* Also addresses legal issues and the future of streaming with wireless devices.

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This book is rift with plagiarism by a successful pyramid scheme con artist who is currently on the run from authorities for fraud by absconding with hundreds of thousands of dollars from investors and former employees burned by his many now-bankrupt 'streaming companies'. Initially screwing a great many people in Cleveland OH, Greg Demetriades left town to begin his pyramid scheming in Houston, until he skipped town with all the money. Living the high life, many of his former employees lost their homes. He's also been held responsible for child support. If you have any doubts concerning negative comments made about this 'brilliant entrepreneur,' see if you can find him anywhere - he's in hiding because of all the enemies he's made from conning people.
Having changed his last name to "Demetri," Demetriades has been linked to Fred Tibbetts & Associates who don't yet know what's in store for them.


Understanding the Image Capture Process
Taking the Next Step
Editing Movies with an iMac and a Digital Camera

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GREGORY C. DEMETRIADES is the founder and CEO of MaxVU, Inc., a streaming media technology development company. He is also an award-winning entrepreneur who is recognized as one of the pioneers in streaming media. Demetriades holds several patents on MPEG and remote control encoding devices with codec optimization and enhancement patent applications currently in the pipeline.

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