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Video Encoding/Transcoding
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Akamai Talks Up Video Packaging Ahead of Next Month's Launch

CDN strives to take the burden of formatting for multiple platforms off of the content provider
Featured News, Posted 03 Nov 2010

Sorenson Offers Cloud Encoding with Squeeze Server

Popular encoder expands into the cloud with service that offers dedicated instances and 99.9% uptime.
Featured News, Posted 02 Nov 2010

First Look: Microsoft IIS Media Services 4

Moving beyond Windows Media—and Silverlight—to bring multi-platform, multi-device, multi-protocol goodness, the new IIS Media Services 4 is part of a suite of offerings set to vault Microsoft's media delivery offerings into the future
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Nov 2010

Video Review: Telestream Episode 6 Interface and Workflow

A first look at the latest version of Telestream Episode 6's interface and workflow options. The verdict? Click to watch.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Sep 2010

IBC Through the Eyes of a First-Timer and a Veteran

Whether you've attended the show multiple times or are a seasoned pro, the IBC show in Amsterdam offers much more than what's on the exhibit hall floor.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Sep 2010

Front Porch Digital Moves Online with DigitalSmiths

By building on DigitalSmiths' VideoSense, Front Porch Digital is pushing its "three M"—migrate, manage, market—strategy into the realm of online video
Featured News, Posted 14 Sep 2010

SRS Adds Surround Sound to Silverlight

Toolkit lets developers add 5.1 surround sound to videos played on computers and consumer devices.
Featured News, Posted 10 Sep 2010

The Silverlight Guru

This month the guru takes questions on RTSP Streaming in Silverlight, Windows Media Encoder on a Smartphone, and Windows Media Player 12 with Windows Server 2008.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Sep 2010

Encoding.com Announces Easy Mobile Encoding

One-click presets aim to take the hassle out of serving video to portable devices.
Featured News, Posted 09 Sep 2010

IBC 2010: Here Comes 3DTV

If there's any buzz word for IBC 2010, it's 3D. But will it make it beyond the television set?
Featured News, Posted 07 Sep 2010

Telestream Grabs Anystream

Telestream is buying Grab Networks' Anystream business, and will now manage Anystream's line of Agility and Velocity products, which are enterprise-class transcoding and media-management platforms.
Featured News, Posted 13 Aug 2010

Commentary: RIAs are the Beta Ground for Browsers

Silverlight and Flash both have a future, but publishers should be considering HTML5 as a way to step away from vendor lock-in and the player and plug-in wars.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2010

WebM vs. H.264: A Closer Look

Google's decision to open source VP8 in the form of WebM was the opening salvo in yet another codec war. We take a look at encoding efficiency, output quality, and CPU horsepower required for playback of both WebM and H.264.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jul 2010

RGB Networks Acquires RipCode

Private deal consolidates three-screen solution on to carrier-grade chassis
Featured News, Posted 23 Jun 2010

Brightcove Unveils Android SDK, Templates for Flash 10.1

Android support is crucial to the fragmented mobile video experience, says Brightcove.
Featured News, Posted 22 Jun 2010

Octasic Announces New 1080p-Capable DSP Transcoding Series

New OCT2200 series capable of two 1080p HD transcodes without additional hardware assistance
Featured News, Posted 21 Jun 2010

Enhanced API Lets Clients Bundle Encoding.com Service

Client companies can offer transcoding to all the latest formats and save on volume pricing.
Featured News, Posted 16 Jun 2010

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
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