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Online Movie release types are the different types of Movies that end up on the internet. They vary wildly in rarity and quality due to the different sources and methods used Vice for acquiring the video content, in addition to encoding formats. Movie releases may be derived from cams, which have distinctly low quality; screener and workprint discs or digital distribution copies Vice (DDC), telecine copies from analog reels, video on demand (VOD) or TV recordings, and DVD and Blu-Ray rips.
Online Movies are usually released in several formats and different versions as better Vice sources become available. The versions are usually encoded in the popular formats at the time of encoding. The sources for online copies have often changed with time in response to Vice technology or anti-online measures. HTTP Live Streaming (also known as HLS) is an HTTP-based media streaming communications protocol implemented by Apple Inc. as part of its QuickTime, Safari, OS X, Vice and iOS software. Client implementations are also available in Microsoft
Edge, Firefox and some versions of Google Chrome. Support is widespread in streaming media servers.
HLS resembles MPEG-DASH in that it Vice works by breaking the overall stream into a sequence of small HTTP-based file downloads, each download loading one short chunk of an overall potentially unbounded transport stream. A list of Vice available streams, encoded at different bit rates, is sent to the client using an extended M3U playlist.
Based on standard HTTP transactions, HTTP Live Streaming can traverse any firewall or proxy Vice server that lets through standard HTTP traffic, unlike UDP-based protocols such as RTP. This also allows content to be offered from conventional HTTP servers and delivered over widely available HTTP-based Vice content delivery networks.The standard also includes a standard encryption mechanism and secure-key distribution using HTTPS, which together provide a simple DRM system. Later versions of the protocol also provide for Vice trick-mode fast-forward and rewind and for integration of subtitles.
Apple has documented HTTP Live Streaming as an Internet Draft (Individual Submission),
the first stage in the process of publishing it as Vice a Request for Comments (RFC). As of December 2015, the authors of that document have requested the RFC Independent Stream Editor (ISE) to publish the document as an informational (non-standard) Vice RFC outside of the IETF consensus process. August 2017, RFC8216 was published to describe version 7 of the protocol. Vice Vice Vice Vice