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
Posted 18 Mar 2010
Yesterday's announcement that Internet Explorer 9 supports HTML 5 set off a tech media frenzy. So which video codec will Microsoft choose?
Posted 17 Mar 2010
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
Posted 08 Mar 2010
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.
Posted 04 Mar 2010
Apple's Steve Jobs has been making headlines by slamming Flash as a "CPU Hog." Is it really?
Posted 02 Mar 2010
Think Google should open-source VP8? Think again. It would be better for everyone to make the switch to H.264.
Posted 23 Feb 2010
Brightcove simplifies mobile Flash for viewers and content producers with the announcement of Brightcove Mobile Experience for Adobe Flash Player 10.1.
Posted 15 Feb 2010
MPEG LA president and CEO Larry Horn discusses the reasoning behind the decision to continue the royalty-free AVC License for H.264 video that's free to viewers
Wed., Feb. 3, by Jan Ozer
Posted 03 Feb 2010
In this month's installment, Stefan Richter answers questions about Flash and HTTP streaming, sending Skype video with Flash, and building a Flash server
Thurs., Jan. 14, by Troy Dreier
Posted 14 Jan 2010
In this installment, Microsoft's Ben Waggoner answers questions about using an RTSP file as a video source, DVR functionality for live events, and streaming video with two audio tracks.
Sat., Dec. 26, by Troy Dreier
Posted 26 Dec 2009
With outstanding VC-1 output and surprisingly good H.264 output, Expression Encoder 3 is an impressive update to the encoding component of Microsoft's Expression Studio.
Posted 04 Dec 2009
Got a Silverlight question? Microsoft Silverlight guru Ben Waggoner answers them for you.
Tues., Oct. 20, by Troy Dreier
Posted 20 Oct 2009
With a major deal to be announced soon, Twofour Digital's MEDIAFREEDOM will be behind the first major European project to support live DRM for a VOD HD store using Microsoft PlayReady and Smooth Streaming.
Thurs., Oct. 8, by Adrian Pennington
Posted 08 Oct 2009
Flash Guru Stefan Richter answers your Flash Video questions on encoding, training, and webcasting.
Thurs., Oct 8, by Troy Dreier
Posted 08 Oct 2009
While not the full Flash solution everyone's been hoping for, several developers have created applications for the iPhone that are pushing the potential boundaries of the mobile device.
Mon, Oct. 5, by Tim Siglin
Posted 05 Oct 2009
Adobe announces bit encryption DRM, HTTP delivery, Flash Player 10.1 and RTMFP at its annual MAX user conference, which kicks off today in Los Angeles.
Mon., Oct. 5, by Tim Siglin
Posted 05 Oct 2009
Moblin 2.1 can run on anything from mobile phones to full PCs, and its Silverlight and AIR support offers a compelling alternative to the iPhone OS. Also announced were a new GPU and chip enhancements.
Wed., Sept. 23, by Tim Siglin
Posted 23 Sep 2009
A significant upgrade from Flash Media Rights Management Server, Flash Access will offer DRM for both streaming and downloadable content.
Mon, Sept. 21, by Troy Dreier
Posted 21 Sep 2009
Adobe Story, which runs on the web or via a synchronized AIR application, allows multiple users to collaborate on script creation, making Creative Suite a full-fledged production software package.
Thurs., Sept. 10, by Paul Schmutzler and Tim Siglin
Posted 10 Sep 2009