A one way transmission of video content over a data network is video streaming. In video streaming, a video file is continually transferred through the internet to a distant user. This content is then sent in a compressed form with the help of internet and is displayed in real time by the viewer. The video streaming technology is advancing day-by-day to provide better video experiences to users.
“Between 2018 and 2028, the global video streaming market is estimated to grow at an exceptional CAGR of more than 15.6%. In terms of revenue and a few other obstacles to expansion, the market is likely to reach US$ 591.11 Bn by the end of 2028. The global video streaming market is trailed in terms of value, and is brought into line to obtain the market revenue projects of video streaming services”, quotes a recent research report released by Future Market Insights.
The Key Trends in Video Streaming Technology are as follows:
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Today, AI has gained its significance to further improve the quality of live video streaming and Video on Demand (VOD). While hardware and accelerators are costly, AI engine helps to send uncompressed video. For instance, a team at the University of United States has developed ‘Model Predictive Control’ (MPC) that forecast changes in the conditions of network and then optimizes based on the model it creates.
With AI a neural network is created to improve the quality of video streaming. Depending on network conditions, this AI system customs machine learning to pick different algorithms, which allows them to deliver higher-quality video streaming experiences that is better than other existing systems.
In the coming years, there ought to be a major shift towards aiding metadata in much deeper and significant ways. AI can also help to solve the problem of making metadata more eagerly available. Video streaming is a rich content and while dealing with it, AI will be a great help in making sure that all available metadata can be analyzed. This could even take account of video image recognition that can go before being able to identify emotions in people based on videos, and also allow people to search based on that criteria.
A push can be seen towards blockchain for video streaming micro-payments. For any business which operates mainly on the internet, security is the key and security in blockchain technology is robust. This give businesses the required confidence to get into the industry, and also to be sure that their consumers’ payment information is safe and secure. It benefits viewers, as micropayments let them to pay only for what they’ve watched. If you are not interested in watching anything that month you need not have to pay for the same.
The Best of Video Streaming is Not Emanated until Now
The video streaming technology is advancing every year and more improved changes will be seen in the video streaming market in the coming years. Over the last year, there have been a numerous developments that have happened, which includes the inauguration of open-source SRT, and there are a lot many people who are giving their best to ensure the future of video streaming industry.
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