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BA Winston, VP of Technology at Prime Video, highlights five research areas during official launch of UT Austin-Amazon Science Hub.
Here’s how Prime Video delivers live video streaming on customer devices that only support video-on-demand (VOD) playback.
Prime Video achieves a 99.4% F1 score in synchronizing dubbed audio to non-dubbed audio using an innovative, fast, and memory-efficient approach.
BA Winston, VP of Technology, speaks about Prime Video’s innovations, tech challenges, and improving the customer experience.
The move from a distributed microservices architecture to a monolith application helped achieve higher scale, resilience, and reduce costs.
BA Winston, VP of Technology, speaks about the technology that goes into providing Prime Video’s live video streaming experience.
At Prime Video, cost optimization doesn’t mean compromising on quality or reliability for customers.
Prime Video’s algorithm optimized encoding for secondary content and manifest generation for content stitching, achieving the best performance and compatibility on customer devices.
Prime Video invented a new way to set the producer reference time as the global time reference for live-event playback on customer devices.
Prime Video used closed-form equations and solutions to represent and compress audio media timelines in a pattern template, which ensures a second-order, lossless compression for audio stream media timelines.
At the European Women in Tech conference 2022, Filippa Hasselstrom, head of low-latency streaming at Prime Video, explained how her team builds the future of live sports streaming using UDP.
AWS and technology are changing some of the fundamental ways that NFL football is played and experienced on Prime Video. Join Eric Orme – Director, Prime Video Sports Engineering and Operations – as he explains how.