Which is better: The self-contained media kit or the more robust architecture?
Ars Technic’s Brian Ward takes a look at what the best media kit looks like, how to set it up, and how to use it. 1.
Get the right media¶ A good media kit is a must for any enterprise or media company.
For starters, it has to have the necessary tools for the task at hand.
This includes: Media servers: The server should be capable of handling a variety of media formats, from the latest and greatest streaming media to old-school VHS and DVD movies.
These servers should also be capable enough to handle network connections.
Media streaming: The client should be able to handle streaming media as well as downloading and installing it.
These server(s) should be reasonably powerful enough to perform the tasks at hand, including: Creating, uploading, and managing streaming media