Encoding by the Numbers Book Reviews Well in Russia

OK, so this news is a bit less compelling than the Republicans withdrawing their Obamacare replacement from the vote, but job number 1 for any book author is “flog the book,” and who doesn’t get excited about positive reviews, particularly if from behind the former Iron Curtain. So when a colleague sent me a link to the review, I just had to share.

Via the translate capabilities of Chrome, the review reads something like:

Before this I have already written about other books by Jan Ozer, which I try to buy as soon as they appear, as they are always useful and interesting. The full title of this book –  the Video the Encoding by the Numbers: Eliminate the Guesswork from the Your the Streaming the Video.

In the book, for example, Ozer provides information about which encoding parameters should be used to adjust the streaming systems. It describes the technologies, codecs and protocols that you need to know to set up a system of services and video broadcasting.

OK, more descriptive than gushing, but much appreciated nonetheless. For a more detailed description, and to buy a PDF copy or one from Amazon, click here.

About Jan Ozer

I help companies train new technical hires in streaming media-related positions; I also help companies optimize their codec selections and encoding stacks, and evaluate new encoders and codecs.

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