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Author Redbooks, IBM
Title Content Manager VideoCharger Installation and Integration for Multiplatforms
Imprint Durham : I B M, 2002
©2002
Descript 1 online resource (304 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Note Front cover -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. IBM Content Manager VideoCharger for Multiplatforms -- 1.1 VideoCharger overview -- 1.2 VideoCharger server introduction -- 1.3 VideoCharger components -- 1.3.1 Presentation Formatter Server -- 1.3.2 Data Pump -- 1.3.3 Controller -- 1.4 How the components interact to stream assets -- 1.5 Storing assets: A multimedia optimized file system -- 1.6 Multimedia archive -- Chapter 2. What's new in VideoCharger Version 8.1 -- 2.1 Supported video and audio formats -- 2.2 What's new in VideoCharger Version 8.1 for AIX -- 2.3 What's new in VideoCharger 8.1 for Windows -- Chapter 3. Installation of VideoCharger server -- 3.1 Overview -- 3.2 VideoCharger for AIX -- 3.2.1 Before you start -- 3.2.2 Step 1: Applying operating system fixes -- 3.2.3 Step 2: Installing DCE 3.1 client -- 3.2.4 Step 3: Installing the Web server -- 3.2.5 Step 4: Configuring AIX -- 3.2.6 Step 5: Installing VideoCharger for AIX -- 3.2.7 Step 6: Installing the latest fixes of VideoCharger for AIX -- 3.2.8 Step 7: Various configurations -- 3.2.9 Step 8: Configuring VideoCharger for AIX -- 3.3 VideoCharger for NT -- 3.3.1 Before you start -- 3.3.2 Step 1: Applying operating system fixes -- 3.3.3 Step 2: Installing Web server -- 3.3.4 Step 3: Configuring NT -- 3.3.5 Step 4: Installing VideoCharger for NT/2000 -- 3.3.6 Step 5: Installing VideoCharger for NT/2000 service release -- 3.3.7 Step 6: Various configurations -- 3.3.8 Step 7: Configuring VideoCharger for NT -- 3.3.9 Quick install guide of VideoCharger for NT -- 3.4 Test run the system -- 3.4.1 Starting the servers -- 3.4.2 Uploading content -- 3.4.3 Video-on-Demand (VOD) -- 3.4.4 Multicasting an existing asset -- 3.4.5 Real-time encoding and streaming
3.4.6 Asset staging -- Chapter 4. Performance considerations -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.2 Host capacity -- 4.2.1 CPU -- 4.2.2 Disk subsystem -- 4.3 Network capacity -- 4.3.1 Popular network technologies -- 4.3.2 Multicast -- 4.3.3 Dynamic path MTU discovery -- 4.3.4 Quality of Service (QoS) for IP networks -- 4.4 Scalability -- 4.4.1 Choosing the best configuration for your needs -- 4.5 Admission control, QoS -- 4.5.1 VideoCharger admission control -- 4.5.2 Admission control on AIX -- 4.5.3 Admission control on Windows NT -- 4.6 Initial VideoCharger performance measurement -- 4.6.1 Project description -- 4.6.2 Benchmark and metric description -- 4.6.3 Scenario 1: VideoCharger for Windows NT -- 4.6.4 Scenario 2: VideoCharger for AIX -- 4.7 Summary of performance results -- 4.8 Summary -- 4.9 Don't forget about the hubs -- Chapter 5. VideoCharger integration with Content Manager -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 New VideoCharger and Content Manager installation -- 5.3 Adding VideoCharger to Content Manager system -- 5.4 Changing VideoCharger servers in Content Manager -- 5.5 Content Manager on AIX -- 5.6 Common trouble areas -- 5.7 Content Manager media specific tables -- Chapter 6. VideoCharger integration in a Tivoli environment -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Software Requirements -- 6.3 Setting up the Tivoli resource models -- 6.4 Verifying integration in the Tivoli environment -- Chapter 7. Troubleshooting -- 7.1 Troubleshooting on Windows -- 7.1.1 Symptom: Cannot select video -- 7.1.2 Symptom: No video appearing -- 7.1.3 Symptom: Poor video quality -- 7.1.4 Problems with content loading -- 7.2 Troubleshooting on AIX -- 7.2.1 Basic check list -- 7.2.2 Symptom: Cannot select video -- 7.2.3 Symptom: No video appearing -- 7.2.4 Symptom: Poor video quality -- 7.2.5 Problems with content loading on AIX -- 7.2.6 Problems with the Multimedia File System
7.3 Error and trace logs -- 7.3.1 NT VideoCharger server -- 7.3.2 AIX VideoCharger server -- 7.3.3 VideoCharger player -- 7.4 Frequently asked questions (FAQs) -- 7.4.1 VideoCharger server for NT -- 7.4.2 VideoCharger server for AIX -- 7.4.3 Encoding support -- 7.4.4 Video Charger player -- 7.4.5 QuickTime player -- 7.4.6 VideoCharger with Content Manager -- Chapter 8. Customer scenarios -- 8.1 Scenario 1 -- 8.1.1 Environment -- 8.1.2 Business benefits -- 8.1.3 Solution details -- 8.2 Scenario 2 -- 8.2.1 Environment -- 8.2.2 Business benefits -- 8.2.3 Solution details -- 8.3 Scenario 3 -- 8.3.1 Environment -- 8.3.2 Business benefits -- 8.3.3 Solution details -- Chapter 9. Backing up a VideoCharger configuration -- 9.1 Backing up a VideoCharger system -- 9.2 Restoring VideoCharger from backup -- 9.2.1 Introduction to backup installations -- 9.2.2 Start the system -- 9.2.3 Prompted installation -- 9.3 Backing up or restoring a file system configuration -- 9.4 Backing up and restoring assets -- 9.5 Backing up and restoring Content Manager -- Chapter 10. IBM VideoCharger solution architecture -- 10.1 VideoCharger architecture overview -- 10.1.1 Video vocabulary and the process -- 10.1.2 The balance of video distribution bandwidth -- 10.1.3 Video solution segments -- 10.1.4 Where does the VideoCharger solution fit? -- 10.1.5 IBM VideoCharger architecture -- 10.1.6 Video distribution mechanisms -- 10.2 Market segments using video -- 10.2.1 Industries where VideoCharger based solutions are used -- 10.3 Example application in the entertainment industry -- 10.3.1 Background -- 10.3.2 Goals -- 10.4 Proposed solution -- 10.4.1 Ingest -- 10.4.2 Storage -- 10.4.3 Retrieval -- 10.4.4 The ingest operation -- 10.4.5 Storage -- 10.4.6 The Edit/Selection operation -- 10.4.7 The MPEG-2 recall operation -- 10.4.8 System and data reliability and backup considerations
Chapter 11. VideoCharger streaming through a firewall -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Setup -- 11.3 Configuring the firewall -- 11.3.1 Define networks objects -- 11.3.2 Defining connections -- 11.3.3 Defining services -- 11.3.4 Defining rules -- 11.3.5 Defining permissions -- 11.4 Conclusion -- Appendix A. Environment, procedures, and technical tips -- Overview of creating video clips -- Capturing video clips -- Editing video clips -- Codecs -- Encoding video clips -- Tips to create video -- Summary of our video creation experiments -- Environment - hardware configurations -- Appendix B. Sample VideoCharger configurations -- 7043-140 VideoCharger server for AIX (small-level) -- Hardware -- Software -- 7025-F40 Video Charger server (medium-level) -- Hardware -- Software -- 7026-H50 Video Charger server (high-level) -- Hardware -- Software -- VideoCharger server for NT (small-level) -- Hardware -- Software -- Netfinity 3000 VideoCharger server (medium-level) -- Hardware -- Software -- Netfinity 7000 VideoCharger server (high-level) -- Hardware -- Software -- Sample questionnaire for configuring VideoCharger -- Appendix C. VideoCharger sizing on AIX -- Configuring VideoCharger memory -- Configuring VideoCharger disk storage requirements -- Configuring VideoCharger sample disk bandwidth -- System commands for VideoCharger on AIX -- Appendix D. Filter architecture (deFilter) -- Examples of filters -- Example 1: Layered multicast for heterogeneous networks -- Example 2: Adaptive MPEG RTP streaming to the QT5 player -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other resources -- Referenced Web sites -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- IBM Redbooks collections -- Glossary -- Index -- Back cover
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Redbooks, IBM Content Manager VideoCharger Installation and Integration for Multiplatforms Durham : I B M,c2002 9780738424323
Subject Content manager videoCharger.;Streaming technology (Telecommunications);Computer network resources
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