Orban and Wowza Offering In-browser Radio Streaming
Tempe, AZ, and San Jose, CA - Mar 6, 2008 - Circuit Research Labs, parent company of CRL Systems, and Wowza Media Systems, a streaming media server software developer, have introduced new capabilities that empower Web broadcasters to take advantage of the new MP4 and HE-AAC (High-Efficiency Advanced Audio Coding) capabilities introduced in Adobe Flash Player 9.
By deploying Orban's Opticodec 1010 Series of Enterprise MP4 and HE-AAC encoders in conjunction with Wowza Media Server Pro, netcasters will now be able to stream live audio to a Flash player using HE-AAC and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding), at bitrates and costs as much as 66 percent lower than MP3 or Windows Media Audio (WMA).
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