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Ed Ropple

Ed Ropple

Sr. Community Engineer
A-little-bit-of-everything software developer and video producer on the DevEx team. The guy you can count on to ask "should we write this in TypeScript" all the time. Remarkably uncomfortable writing in the third person.
Written by Ed:
The Mux logo, placed between the C# and the Java logos.
05/18/22May 18, 2022(6 months ago)
2 min read

Using Mux on .NET and the JVM with mux-csharp and mux-java

Ed Ropple
by Ed Ropple
Product2 min read
Mux now supports .NET and the JVM as first-class citizens with mux-csharp and mux-java, available today!
An exceedingly cool zoom-in on the cube onto which we're rendering the Mux WebGL video demo.
02/28/22February 28, 2022(9 months ago)
6 min read

Enter the third dimension -- and bring your video with you

Ed Ropple
by Ed Ropple
Video education6 min read
Come check out how you can map a video texture to a 3D surface in WebGL using three.js and react-three-fiber.
Low latency
09/09/21September 9, 2021(about 1 year ago)
8 min read

Introducing Low-Latency Live Streaming

Bonnie Pecevich
Ed Ropple
by Bonnie and Ed
Product8 min read
We thought it was time to make low-latency live-streaming experiences easier to build. Introducing Mux Low-Latency Live Streaming, one of the first SaaS platforms to support Apple’s LL-HLS standard.
An interview with Maestro: Orchestrating the future of interactive live events
05/13/21May 13, 2021(over 1 year ago)
1 min read

An interview with Maestro: Orchestrating the future of interactive live events

Lynnette Nolan
Ed Ropple
by Lynnette and Ed
Customers1 min read
When 2020 pressed pause on live events creators had to get...creative. Maestro’s Ari Evans talks about developing an interactive streaming platform for the creator economy to stay connected with fans.
By Shaddack - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=7654780
03/15/21March 15, 2021(over 1 year ago)
16 min read

In The Beginning There Was Static: A Brief History of Video, Pt. 1

Ed Ropple
by Ed Ropple
Video education16 min read
A discussion about seventy-five years of history in the video space, from around 1927 to 2003, up until the rise of H.264
12/04/20December 4, 2020(almost 2 years ago)
6 min read

Reconnect Windows and Clean Stream Exits

Ed Ropple
by Ed Ropple
Product6 min read
The Internet is not always the most reliable thing in the world, and live streaming inherits a lot of that. When running a live event, production teams often have to take into account the vagaries of ...
Virtual conferences are easy? lol ok. (part 1)
12/02/20December 2, 2020(almost 2 years ago)
19 min read

Virtual conferences are easy? lol ok. (part 1)

Ed Ropple
by Ed Ropple
Events19 min read
This is going to be the second blog post I've made with this observation, but: COVID is weird. And while it's not one of the biggest ways COVID has turned over our collective applecart, it has now bee ...
Zoom Like You Mean It, Pt. II: Audio Technique
11/02/20November 2, 2020(about 2 years ago)
17 min read

Zoom Like You Mean It, Pt. II: Audio Technique

Ed Ropple
by Ed Ropple
Video education17 min read
Hey, folks! Apologies for the delay in getting this out; turns out Demuxed took a tiny bit of work to pull off! Thank you, of course, to our team--would you call them our fantastic team, Phil?--workin ...
Ed's "I am a software developer and also a video producer" desk setup. It has never been orderly, not once.
10/13/20October 13, 2020(about 2 years ago)
18 min read

Zoom Like You Mean It, Pt. I: Audio Gear

Ed Ropple
by Ed Ropple
Video education18 min read
Breaking news: working during COVID has been weird. For folks like yours truly who are holding down an office job, this means a lot of time in the teleconference mines. On one hand, some people (hi) l ...