Events & Webinars
M2A in 2022: Where next on the M2A roadmap?
Join M2A Media CTO, Marcus Box and Head of Product, Simon Harrison for an exclusive first-insight into our plans for 2022.
In this session, we covered our product development journey over the past year in orchestrating broadcast-quality video in the cloud. Whether that’s the launch of the switching and routing feature in M2A CONNECT, the world’s first cloud-based frame rate converter or transforming our live video capture tool, M2A CAPTURE.
Collaboration In The Cloud: Live Motion-Compensated Frame Rate Conversion Explained
In collaboration with InSync Technology and Hiscale, M2A Media recently launched M2A CONNECT | Cloud Frame Rate Converter (CFRC). The very first solution of its kind, M2A CONNECT | CFRC now offers global broadcasters live, motion-compensated frame rate conversion in the cloud on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Join broadcast experts, Valentijn Siebrands, Solutions Architect at M2A Media, James Shepherd, CTO of InSync Technology and Christoph Jurkuhn, Head of Product & Presales at Hiscale for a deep dive into the increasingly relevant field of format conversion.
M2A Media at the AWS for Media & Entertainment Virtual Symposium
An online event highlighting solutions for content production, media supply chain, archive, broadcast and streaming, the Symposium will explore the very latest innovations in media and entertainment. Catch our Head of Product, Simon Harrison, in Session 2 – Driving Fan Engagement in Sports, who reviewed the latest trends in sports media and discuss how industry leaders are building connections with fans by unlocking paths to innovation and monetization through dynamic, data-driven services from live production through to distribution.
Learn how Spark Sport uses M2A Connect & AWS Media Services to add resilience to the transport of its live sports events
M2A Media’s Simon Harrison, Spark Sport’s Andrew Martin and AWS Elemental‘s Mike Ellis discussed how Spark Sport adds inter-regional resilience to the transport of its valuable live sports events, while also leveraging M2A Connect automation to both optimise AWS cloud infrastructure and to simplify operational setup.
DPP Innovation Week 2021: Dispelling the myth that live video transport should be complicated, difficult and costly
Our Head of Product, Simon Harrison, took the stage at DPP Innovation Week recently, to dispel the myth that live video transport should be complicated, difficult and costly.
Sydney Video Tech 2021
M2A Media’s Sam Bagnall joined the Sydney Video Tech Meet Up to discuss all things cloud IP in his talk “Is the future of live video transport over Cloud IP? Opportunities and challenges encountered when building live IP video transport solutions.”
M2A Media’s Technical Architect, Nigel Harniman, was invited to speak at Demuxed 2020. Nigel’s talk focused on dynamic content insertion into live streams across 3 main streaming formats, and yes, that includes MSS and single Period DASH!
SVG EUROPE: FutureSPORT 2020
M2A Media’s Head of Product, Simon Harrison, enjoyed an in-depth discussion with other industry experts during SVG Europe’s FutureSPORT event.
Speaking during the Contribution and Distribution session, Simon and fellow panelists discussed current challenges and opportunities in this space, and how they see the market evolving as we witness increased use of Cloud IP for the transport of live video.
DPP INNOVATION WEEK : OTT DISTRIBUTION
M2A Media joined industry innovators at DPP Innovation Week.
In our three-minute pitch we explained how M2A VOD simplifies syndication workflows for SVOD platforms using AWS Step Functions.
Not to be missed, the event is available to view on demand for all DPP members and interested parties.
Simplicity at scale: using M2A CONNECT and the AWS Cloud to reliably and securely transport live video
M2A Media and AWS Elemental came together for a live webinar to learn how next generation media service, M2A CONNECT, transports broadcast quality live video via the AWS Cloud.
The webinar includes a panel discussion about how M2A Media and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are changing the landscape of live video transportation, followed by a demo of the M2A CONNECT service.
Just launched, M2A CONNECT enables rights owners and broadcasters to revolutionise their video transport through the power of AWS MediaConnect. Learn how your organisarion can benefit from the unlimited scale of AWS Cloud and the software-driven flexibility and broadcast grade monitoring of M2A CONNECT. All this at a better price point compared to traditional distribution technologies.