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iPad and HTML5 Support: Hype or Reality?

A new survey-based report by StreamingMedia.com's Jan Ozer reveals just how widespread iPad and HTML5 Video support is today, and how prevalent it will be in the next 18 months.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jun 2010

First Look: H.264 and VP8 Compared

VP8 is now free, but if the quality is substandard, who cares? Well, it turns out that the quality isn't substandard, so that's not an issue, but neither is it twice the quality of H.264 at half the bandwidth. See for yourself.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 May 2010

Google Open Sources VP8

As anticipated, Google open sourced VP8 today, in a new container format called WebM
Featured News, Posted 19 May 2010

Stream UK Introduces Updates to Stream Connect, Crowdsourcer

Stream UK has added a dedicated encoder option to its Stream Connect platform, and Crowdsourcer now integrates with Facebook and YouTube APIs, among others
Featured News, Posted 19 May 2010

SeaWell Launches Lumen1000 Appliance

Scalable video coding company sheds light on its hardware-software combination
Featured News, Posted 11 May 2010

Octasic Moves Transcoding to the Core

Low-power, clockless DSP at heart of system claiming to be twice as inexpensive as x86 transcoding solutions.
Featured News, Posted 04 May 2010

Back to Basics: Hardware Acceleration

As more and more high-definition (HD) content is acquired, edited, and pushed out to the web, mobile, devices and set-top boxes, the demand for a higher-quality user experience is rapidly followed by a need for hardware acceleration. But what exactly is hardware acceleration?
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Apr 2010

NAB 2010: It's All About the Workflow

Despite the buzz about 3D TV, the true star of the show was workflow automation, as exemplified in new releases from ViewCast, Telestream, and Microsoft
Featured News, Posted 16 Apr 2010

Producing Video Case Studies

An in-depth analysis of eleven video case studies, evaluating presentation and encoding issues.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2010

iStream Planet Unveils Video Workflow Automation Platform

iStream Planet created a fully automated system for getting the broadcast feeds from the Vancouver Olympics to Akamai, and now it's making that system available to others
Featured News, Posted 17 Mar 2010

SeaWell Networks Secures Funding, Working on H.264 SVC Product

Previously in stealth mode, SeaWell Networks announced today that it's raised $7 million in Series A funding for a three-screen, H.264 Scalable Video Coding solution
Featured News, Posted 08 Mar 2010

Ogg, MPEG LA, and Submarine Patents

HTML 5 may be the future of online video, but currently it's bogged down in a debate between supporters of H.264 and advocates of Ogg Theora. Here, representatives from both camps address concerns over licensing.
Featured News, Posted 04 Mar 2010

Commentary: Google Closes On2 Acquisition; Better Check Your Wallet

Think Google should open-source VP8? Think again. It would be better for everyone to make the switch to H.264.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Feb 2010

On2 Shareholders Approve Google Acquisition

On2 announced today, after suspending two previous special meetings, that it has enough shareholder votes to complete a merger with Google.
Wed., Feb. 17, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 17 Feb 2010

Where The Rubber Meets The Road: 2010 Encoder Comparison

Our annual look at the features and output of video encoding tools in four categories: free, standalone, enterprise-grade, and hardware co-processor.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Feb 2010

Simultaneous Multiformat Encoding

A look at the technology behind encoding for efficient multiple device delivery
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2010

Windows 7 Performance for Streaming Encoding

A Windows 7 upgrade can cost more than $300 for the software alone. Is it worth it if you're a streaming producer looking to shave encoding times?
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 2010

Industry Perspectives: Building a Smarter Server

In order to keep up with the pace and volume of video content being delivered online, servers need to get smarter.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2010

Streams of Thought: When HD Isn’t HD

Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jan 2010
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