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  1. Update on ICY streams for manufacturers

    Lloyd Wallis

    Senior Architect, Online Technology Group

    An update on changes to the BBC's live radio streams.

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  2. Mixing Audio Description for BBC iPlayer

    Marcel Riederer

    Software Engineer

    Mixing Audio Description for BBC iPlayer

    How more Audio Described content has been made available to stream.

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  3. Visual seeking for BBC iPlayer

    Daniel Pope, Gokhan Urgun and Andrew Wheat

    Media Services, BBC Design + Engineering

    Visual seeking for BBC iPlayer

    The Media Services team explain the steps taken to create visual seeking functionality.

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  4. Grinding Java 11 beans into production

    Pierre-Yves Bigourdan and Sam Lukes

    Software engineers, D+E Platform

    A light-hearted account of some experiences with Java 11.

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  5. Broadcasting the World Cup and Wimbledon in UHD - the full story

    Jim Simmons

    Senior Product Manager

    Broadcasting the World Cup and Wimbledon in UHD - the full story

    Jim Simmons from D+E Platform Media Services, discusses our experience of delivering live Ultra High Definition at scale for the World Cup and Wimbledon on a round-by-round basis.

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  6. Inside our UHD workflow

    Lloyd Wallis

    Senior Architect, Online Technology Group

    Inside our UHD workflow

    Lloyd Wallis from Media Services explains some of the challenges behind creating UHD workflows for the World Cup.

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  7. The road to an IP future

    Matthew Postgate

    Chief Technology and Product Officer, BBC D&E

    BBC D&E Chief Technology and Product Officer Matthew Postgate summarises his speech to the DTG on an IP future.

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  8. Testing disks: Lessons from our odyssey selecting replacement SSDs

    Elliot Thomas

    Software Engineer

    Testing disks: Lessons from our odyssey selecting replacement SSDs

    We operate a HTTP cache known as Radix. Its purpose is to act as a uniform origin for client-facing HTTP distribution systems. With new streaming formats and ever increasing bitrates putting strain on the existing storage capacity, these systems do require upgrades from time to time.

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  9. Balancing, spikes and speed: Architecting media distribution cloud services

    Henry Rodrick

    Senior Software Engineer

    Balancing, spikes and speed: Architecting media distribution cloud services

    Cloud technologies have radically changed how most organizations develop and deploy software, and the BBC is no exception. Within the BBC, we’re using the AWS platform a great deal, for instance the CloudFormation infrastructure management tool and our own AWS based deployment system Cosmos.

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