ARIN 32 - Phoenix, Arizona
ARIN 32 Live Stream
We support the following player technologies and devices: Adobe Flash® (Adobe Flash player), Microsoft Smooth Streaming (Microsoft Silverlight® player), Apple HTTP Live Streaming (iPhone®, iPad™, iPod® touch, Safari® browser, QuickTime™ player), Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP/RTP) (QuickTime player, VLC media player, and many mobile devices), and MPEG-2 Transport Streams (MPEG-TS) (set-top boxes and IPTV solutions).
The following list shows the more common file type prefixes:
- flv: FLV (Flash Video - this is the default media type so the file name prefix and extension can be omitted). Example: "flv:mycoolvideo.flv"
- mp4: MP4 (QuickTime container - .mp4, .f4v, .mov, .m4v, .mp4a, .3gp, and .3g2). Example: "mp4:mycoolvideo.mov"
- mp3: MP3 (.mp3). Example: "mp3:mycoolsong.mp3"
- smil: SMIL (XML files used to configure multi-bitrate streams - .smil).
Sponsorship opportunities are still available for this meeting. Find out how your organization can sponsor events like the very popular ARIN social, or sign up to be an Information Center or dining sponsor. Opportunities also exist for sponsors to provide special conference materials or to customize their own sponsored event or activity.
To explore your options, contact Dé Harvey, ARIN Meeting Planner at email@example.com or +1.703.227.9878.
Fellowship applications remain open for ARIN 32 in Phoenix. Arizona until 28 August 2013 at 5:00 PM ET. All applications received after that date will be considered for the next ARIN Meeting. ARIN provides financial support for three Fellows to attend each ARIN Public Policy and Members Meeting. If the applicant pool permits, one Fellow will be selected from each sector of the ARIN region: Canada, the Caribbean and North Atlantic Islands, and the Untied States and Outlying Areas. ARIN may select multiple Fellows from a single sector if insufficient qualifying applications are received. The purpose of the fellowship program is to broaden education outreach in the community and bring new ideas into the public policy discussions.