- Perform a technical review of the encoder guidelines.
- Submit a checklist per protocol of the encoder name, model, and version number. Akamai sends you a case number. Include this case number in all future communication.
- Akamai provides the test entry points and playback URLs.
- Publish the functioning stream on the provided entry point.
Akamai analyzes the stream and provides
approval or feedback.
If you are interested in testing your encoder with MSL, ensure that your technical representative reviews the encoder guidelines for the format that you want to test.
After your encoder meets requirements, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- Business and technical contacts.
- A list of customers and prospects interested in using your encoder.
- Akamai personnel that you are working with.
- A checklist for each format that you test.
Akamai reviews your information and contacts you with instructions to proceed with the qualification process.
You should publish a stream to the entry point provided and ensure that it plays back successfully. Akamai analyzes the incoming stream and evaluates it. If the encoder is compatible with MSL, then you can use this encoder to stream live events using MSL. Otherwise, Akamai provides feedback to help resolve issues.