Recommendations and requirements for live stream encoders compatible with DASH industry forum specifications.
This table describes mandatory fields from the DASH specification.
||Mandatory. Set to
||Specifies the wall-clock time when the MPD was generated and published at the origin server.|
||The start time is the anchor for the MPD in wall-clock time.|
||Set this to 0 to indicate that frequent DASH events may occur.|
You can find more details in the DASH Guidelines.
DASH streams pushed from unqualified live encoders will be rejected.
Media Services Live DASH does not honor live encoder
HTTP DELETE requests. While Media
Services servers will return a 200 HTTP status code, the content is not actually deleted as
Alternate hostname uploads
Encoders should be capable of using multiple hostnames when publishing multiple bitrates to better handle failure situations. Encoders that cannot use multiple hostnames will have a single point of failure. If the single upload host being used is lost, the event will be interrupted until the host returns or a new host is provisioned.