Streaming Media Magazine:
As a connected device for viewing content, the Fire TV is nothing special—at least not yet. But as a way to get you to buy more stuff from Amazon, it could be the ultimate Trojan horse.
Science fiction or science fact? 3D video was a bust with consumers, but 4D could add an exciting new dimension to streaming video.
If Google isn't careful, Glass could turn into the next Segway: Massively hyped technology that makes the user look like a dork.
Which codec delivers better image quality? Which is more compatible? And what about Daala, the spoiler codec currently being developed from scratch?
This software-as-a-service solution lets companies and educators create libraries of on-demand content, or stream live to employees or students. We find it well-conceived, but difficult with longer files.
What if Apple and Google joined forces for their greatest accomplishment yet: Creating robotic workers with all the flaws of the real things.
It's time for an H.264 tune-up. Lean how choose the right encoding tool and optimize H.264 encodes for ideal quality and device compatibility.
We examine off-the-shelf video players MediaElement.js, Video.js, jPlayer, Flowplayer, and JW Player to show which of these five favorites is the best for any situation.
Keep your online video menu as limited as a food truck's menu, and as tasty as a side of rice and beans. And remember: Location is everything!
Technical snafus can disrupt lectures and frustrate instructors. For strong results, colleges and universities need to think about training ahead of time.