Puffer is a research project in the computer-science department at Stanford University.

The server can also be used as a library, and directly linked from a C++ program. We offer recording services for colloquia, lectures, and symposia to members of the Stanford community. Stanford University Launches a Streaming TV Service (for Science) A research team at Stanford University launched the Puffer streaming service in a bid to improve video streaming algorithms. Puffer is a Stanford University research study about using machine learning to improve video-streaming algorithms: the kind of algorithms used by services such as YouTube, Netflix, and Twitch.

Production and Recording Services. The Libraries provide streaming access to a variety of services that make video, film and television titles available to the Stanford community for research and instruction. Puffer does not work on iPhones or iPads or in the Safari browser. Setup and configuration of video and audio equipment; Recording of video and audio streams; Post-Production Services. The STREAM system supports a declarative query language, and it copes with high … This paper describes our ongoing work developing the Stanford Stream Data Manager (STREAM), a system for executing continuous queries over multiple continuous data streams.

Please submit an inquiry if you would like more information. This page provides links to several of these services for searching or browsing through broad subject categories. Puffer works well in the Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera browsers, on a computer or an Android phone or tablet.