Streaming Media Magazine: Winter 2011
Streaming protocols are getting people talking and the buzz is loudest about Apple HTTP Live Streaming.
#6: Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors iPad, no matter how badly you want one.
Recording lectures for use out of the classroom seems to help in-classroom performance.
At the Streaming Media Europe summit featuring heavyweights such as Virgin Media, Google TV, Samsung, and the BBC, the focus was not on technology but on the consumer experience.
Here are your picks for the top technologies, products, and companies, announced last week at Streaming Media Europe in London
Mobile video use is exploding and will grow quickly in the years to come. Learn how three companies -- SyncTV, Brightcove, and HBO -- have leaped in to put movies and TV shows in viewers' hands.
Does the wow-factor of 3D extend to online video? In this drama in five acts, we talk to the people working to make 3D streaming an attractive option for consumers.
Do you QC? Read this to learn what quality-control software is, how even low-volume producers can integrate it, and what it can do for your videos.
Whether you need a hardware, software, or hybrid solution for encoding and transcoding, this guide has you covered.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. There's something familiar in all these tech platform battles, and it reaches back thousands of years.
HTML5 video appeals to "tree-hugging, sandal-wearing standards lovers," says Jan Ozer, and he's sick of hearing about it.
 

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