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Featured Articles

Google's Rejection of H.264 in Chrome Means a Unified HTML5 Video Tag is Now a Pipe Dream

Google's attempt to clarify its decision to drop H.264 from Chrome in favor of WebM creates even more questions than it answers
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2011

Rackspace Teams With Akamai; Could Be Good News for Limelight

Rackspace announced last week that it is partnering with Akamai, and reports suggested it is phasing out its relationship with Limelight. That makes little sense, unless there's more behind-the-scenes deal-making going on here than meets the eye.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2011

How to Encode to WebM

With Google's announcement that it's dropping H.264 support in Chrome in favor of WebM, it's time to start looking at the format. Here's a look at how to get the best WebM quality.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2011

Italy's AGCOM Moves to Regulate YouTube, Other Video Sites

"YouTube is like a TV" statement may bode ill for user-generated content sites that operate in Italy
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2011

Commentary: Welcome to the Two-Codec World

With WebM, Google hasn't created any new revenue opportunities, opened any new markets or increased the size of the pie. They've just made it more expensive to get your share, all in the highly ethereal pursuit of "open codec technologies."
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2011

Video: Cisco Expects 12 Billion Connected Devices by 2014

At CES, Cisco's director of video solutions talks about the company's new Videoscape offering and its aim to deliver video to as many connected TVs and devices as possible
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jan 2011

Commentary: BT and its Orwellian Aims to Mind Control the UK (Not)

The controversy over British Telecom's new pricing scheme goes to show that the "Net Neutrality" debate might be the most ridiculous thing since the "Millennium Bug"
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jan 2011

Smart TVs Take Center Stage at CES

LG, Samsung, and Sharp all emphasized market strategies based on internet-connected televisions and other smart devices
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2011

Industry Perspectives: Enterprise Video Encoding—The Power & Promise of the Cloud in 2011

Managed cloud encoding helps enterprises decrease their CAPEX and OPEX, mitigate legal risk, and improve the quality of their videos
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2011

Musings from the Final Hangover: Some Out-There Predictions for 2011

In which our intrepid columnist gazes into the empty cider glass and prognosticates some likely—and not-so-likely—developments for 2011
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jan 2011

CES Warm-Up: Whither Google TV?

In advance of this week's Consumer Electronics Show, expectations and rumors about about Google's nascent set-top box platform
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jan 2011

Adaptive Streaming in the Field

How do organizations like MTV, Turner, NBC, Deutsche Welle, Harvard, and Indiana University actually deploy adaptive streaming technologies? Read on for all the juicy details.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Dec 2010

Commentary: It's Time for a New Interpretation of Monetization

Now that video delivery costs are minimal, it's time to stop looking for direct ROI on every byte of video served, and for a new breed of analytics to emerge
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Dec 2010

The Flash Guru: Streaming with DVR Controls

In this month's installment, Stefan Richter tackles questions on publishing a stream with DVR options, using HTTP Live Streaming, and creating a virtual video capture device.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Dec 2010

Streams of Thought: The European Sensibility

Featured Articles, Posted 14 Dec 2010

Cisco TelePresence: Radical Collaboration

At Net:Work 2010, Cisco execs VP talk about fiscal benefits of internal enterprise video collaboration
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Dec 2010

W3C's Le Hagaret Says Developers Are Finding Better Performance with WebM

The head of the W3C's video standards group cites community "sentiment" finding that WebM outperforms Ogg in terms of "bandwidth and quality"
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2010

Commentary: Flinging and Flicking

With Apple's AirPlay, users can "fling" content from their iDevices to their Apple TVs. But what happens if, instead of streaming the content from a mobile device, viewers can "flick" it to their TVs, which will then pick up the content and take over the streaming directly from the source?
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Dec 2010
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