Streaming Media Magazine: Spring 2011 (Sourcebook)
Live streaming on a notebook can be the best of all possible worlds, but how powerful a machine do you need, and how do the various live streaming software programs stack up? We look at tools from Adobe, Kulabyte, Microsoft, and Telestream.
2010 proved to be a banner year for companies looking to bolster their strengths or move into new markets.
Managing Paris' mythical Parc des Princes stadium's giant screens with NewTek TriCaster
Thought Equity Motion preserves, stores, and makes available more than 100 years of Dutch cinema.
Whether you're talking video formats, connected devices, or HTML5 vs. Flash, the world of online video is a mess. And that's a good thing.
A survey of the current state of streaming media in Europe.
Digital TV transition across Europe is moving along slowly—and that may be a good thing for internet-connected TVs.
The TDN—telecontent delivery network—comes into its own.
Our annual test of the leading desktop encoding programs.
What do the Apple iPad, Telestream Wireless, and WebM have in common? They're all winners in our book.
From ABR to Zeri, here's what you need to know to get started with your streaming server.
From consumer tools all the way up to broadcast-grade solutions, the choices for webcasting technologies are almost endless.
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.
A look at key developments that shaped the HTML5 platform, as well as practical and technical resources to help you implement HTML5 Video
MediaPlatform helped one of Canada's largest event companies take control of its webcasts.
 

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