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AWS Elemental MediaConvert Now Supports IMSC 1.1 Captions

Source: AWS AWS Elemental MediaConvert now supports Internet Media Subtitles and Captions (IMSC) 1.1 text profile captions. IMSC is a file format that uses XML to describe text, timing, layout, and styling for subtitles and captions. MediaConvert can ingest IMSC text profile sidecar files and can read IMSC from IMF packages. IMSC text sources can be burned in as subtitles, converted to other text-based outputs such as SRT or WebVTT, or output as IMSC sidecar files. To learn more, please read the user guide.

AWS Elemental MediaConvert Adds Multi-DRM CMAF Output and Expands Audio Track Support

Source: AWS AWS Elemental MediaConvert now supports the creation of content protected by multiple Digital Rights Management (multi-DRM) technologies using Common Media Application Format (CMAF), and has expanded the number of audio tracks supported.

AWS Elemental MediaConvert Adds Ability to Prioritize Transcoding Jobs

Source: AWS AWS Elemental MediaConvert has added the ability to prioritize transcoding jobs. You can now specify a priority setting when submitting jobs in either on-demand or reserved queues. With this feature, you have more control over the order in which jobs are processed, so that jobs that require shorter turnaround times can be added to the queue with a higher priority and started before other jobs with a lower priority. To learn more, please see the documentation.

AWS Elemental MediaConvert Now Ingests Files from HTTPS Sources

Source: AWS AWS Elemental MediaConvert can now ingest video files from HTTP and HTTPS sources. With the ability to transcode content from sources other than Amazon S3, you are no longer required to build logic to copy files into S3 in order to use MediaConvert. This feature is available at no additional charge. To learn, more please read the documentation.

AWS Elemental MediaConvert Now Available in Europe (Stockholm) Region

Source: AWS AWS Elemental MediaConvert is now available in the Europe (Stockholm) region.