Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP
DASH is a suite of standards providing a solution for the efficient and easy streaming of multimedia using existing available HTTP infrastructure (particularly servers and CDNs, but also proxies, caches, etc.).
Media Presentation Description and Segment Formats
DASH enables the deployment of streaming services using the existing low cost and wide-spread Internet infrastructure without any special provisions. It supports both on-demand and live streaming and has specific provisions for the MPEG-4 file format and MPEG-2 Transport Streams, but can be used with any media format.
Conformance and Reference Software
Reference software and conformance bitstreams for DASH
This TR contains a set of guidelines for design and deployment of streaming media delivery systems using the DASH standard covering content generation, client implementation, and examples of deployment scenarios.
Segment Encryption and Authentication
This standard specifies encryption and authentication of DASH segments that is format independent
Server and Network assisted DASH (SAND)
DASH with Server Push and WebSockets
Delivery of CMAF content with DASH
Session-based DASH Operations
Encoder and packager synchronization
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