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WebM: Not Ready for Prime Time?

A few weeks into Google's "open sourcing" of VP8, the move has generated more questions than answers
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jun 2010

Flumotion First with Live WebM Streaming

Just days after Google announced its royalty-free Web video format, a Spanish company is offering live HTTP steaming.
Featured News, Posted 26 May 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

A Look at Adobe's Flash Access and Player Roadmap

Flash Access is another step in the path leading to HTTP Streaming and Flash Player 10.1
Featured Articles, Posted 11 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

Adobe to Enable Flash Hardware Acceleration on the Mac

New Apple API will let Adobe take advantage of hardware-accelerated video decoding for Flash Player on the Mac, though not in 10.1
Featured News, Posted 26 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

For Adobe, There Is A Lot More At Stake Than Apple Devices

Adobe needs to stop focusing on the iPad and start emphasizing the strengths of its content creation and delivery ecosystem
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Apr 2010

iPad - Dead End for Flash?

On the eve of Adobe's official unveiling of CS5 at NAB, the announcement of the Apple iPhone 4.0 SDK might spoil the party
Featured News, Posted 09 Apr 2010

Microsoft Previews NAB Demos, Silverlight Advances

Microsoft is bringing Silverlight to the TV and will be offering H.264 Smooth Streaming with PlayReady DRM via IIS Media Services
Featured News, Posted 08 Apr 2010

Ixia Offers Flash Platform Testing

Ixia's IxLoad offers large-scale, client-end testing of Flash streaming
Featured News, Posted 06 Apr 2010

The Tech Behind Chatroulette

Internet sensation Chatroulette uses Flash Player 10's peer-to-peer ability and Wowza Media Server to power its random, anonymous video chatting
Featured News, Posted 01 Apr 2010

Commentary: Working Around the Web

This week's iPad launch ushers in new workarounds and developer challenges at the same time it poses a threat to Adobe's web video dominance with Flash.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Mar 2010

Brightcove Announces iPad-Friendly HTML5 Video Support

The New York Times and Time already plan to take advantage of Brightcove's HTML5 offering
Featured News, Posted 29 Mar 2010

How to do Dynamic Streaming with Flash Media Server

Dynamic streaming with Flash Media Server isn't difficult, but there are a few details to be aware of to make sure your efforts are successful.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Mar 2010

Commentary: HTML5 Video—Must It Be Free?

Now that Microsoft has announced HTML5 support, the question remains: Will HTML5 video end up being open source or standards-based?
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Mar 2010

Bestfrontseat Comes Out of Stealth Mode With Advanced Compression

The live event distribution service applies a compression technology derived from medical imaging to reduce infrastructure load.
Featured News, Posted 18 Mar 2010

HTML5's Open Source Solution?

Kaltura provides a toolkit for HTML5 embedded video, with a fallback to Flash or Ogg Theora when H.264 isn't available in a user's browser
Featured News, Posted 18 Mar 2010

HTML 5 and Internet Explorer 9: What We Know, What We Don't

Yesterday's announcement that Internet Explorer 9 supports HTML 5 set off a tech media frenzy. So which video codec will Microsoft choose?
Featured News, Posted 17 Mar 2010
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