A storage area used for temporary storage of content or a stream.
It's the specific HTTP header that controls and handles who can cache a response, under which conditions and for how long.
A method of distribution that can be used by publishers from which live or on-demand content is streamed and shared online to reach their final users.
Often refers to the number of audio channels being encoded (Mono - 1 channel / Stereo - 2 channels).
Often refers to a single TS segment of an HTTP delivered stream. Chunks typical range in duration from 1-4 seconds.
Instead of using a local server or a personal computer as storage, a remote server hosted in the internet is utilized to store, manage and process data.
Connected TV (CTV)
A TV that can be connected to the Internet and has access to content online, as well as traditional cable.
Term that can be used to describe a single or multiple video files or live streams.
Content Delivery Network (CDN)
A content delivery network (CDN) is a system of distributed servers that deliver content to a user, based on the geographic locations of the user, the origin of the content and the content delivery server.
A searchable field for single word tags to group content within Media Manager.
A cookie is data sent by an Internet server to a browser that is then stored on the user’s computer. The data saved can store information like authentication keys and preferences.
Video metrics measurements across devices like Mobile, Tablet, Television, Computer.
The Cascading Style Sheet is a code that tells how a webpage has to be displayed for the final user.
An open-source command line tool to transfer data with URL syntax from or to a server using one of many supported protocols.