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Apple's New Final Cut Studio Offers Workflow, Output Improvements

The new Share command in Apple Final Cut Pro lets you bypass Compressor, while Compressor itself now features Job Actions for output directly to YouTube, MobileMe, and Blu-ray.
Thurs., July 23, by Jan Ozer
Featured News, Posted 23 Jul 2009

Adobe Strobe Goes Open Source

Now called Open Source Media Framework, Adobe's Strobe aims to help developers more easily build media players optimized for the Flash platform.
Tues., July 21, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured News, Posted 21 Jul 2009

Microsoft Touts More Than Just New Features At Silverlight 3 Launch Event

Silverlight still faces an uphill battle against Flash, but Microsoft claimed 1 in 3 internet device penetration last week at its Silverlight 3 launch event in San Francisco, and more content publishers and streaming service providers are getting on board.
Mon., July 13, by IdaRose Sylvester
Featured News, Posted 13 Jul 2009

The Silverlight Guru: Silverlight 3 Sneak Peak

Microsoft officially releases Silverlight 3 Friday, but we've got a sneak preview today from Ben Waggoner, the company's principal video strategist for Silverlight.
Thurs., July 9, by Troy Dreier
Featured News, Posted 09 Jul 2009

HTML5 Video Tags: Inevitable or Pipe Dream?

Activism, Working Groups and the dream of a single online video codec
Tues., July 7, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jul 2009

Media Roundtable Gets to the Core of Open Video

During last week's Open Video Conference in New York, a roundtable of speakers representing Kaltura, Mozilla, blip.tv, and Harvard's Berkman Center discussed the opportunities and challenges facing open source video initiatives.
Tues., June 23, by Troy Dreier
Featured News, Posted 22 Jun 2009

The Flash Guru: Testing RTMP Streams, Synchronizing Slides, and More

In this installment of The Flash Guru, Stefan Richter tackles questions about testing RTMP Flash streams, adding synchronized slides and QA, and recording in one place and streaming from another.
Mon., June 22, by Troy Dreier
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Jun 2009

QuickTime X: Rebuilding the Player and the Backend

Apple announced today that the next version of QuickTime will include HTTP streaming and hardware acceleration, as well as editing tools in the new player interface.
Mon., June 8, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 08 Jun 2009

RealNetworks Announces Linux Netbook Licensing Agreement

RealPlayer for Mobile Devices can now be pre-installed on Linux Instant-On OS Netbooks, including Ubuntu devices.
Tues., June 2, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured News, Posted 02 Jun 2009

Elemental Introduces GPU-Based Video Processing System

Already in use at Brightcove, the beta Elemental Server uses massively parallel GPUs for H.264 and VC-1 output.
Wed., May 20, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured News, Posted 20 May 2009

The Silverlight Guru: Of Macs and Mobiles

In this month's installment, Ben Waggoner responds to questions about Silverlight's compatibility with Macs and its future in the mobile device market.
Mon., May 18, by Troy Dreier
Featured Articles, Posted 18 May 2009

Streaming Media East: Pre-Conference Workshops Provide Practical Solutions

Workshops focusing on Silverlight, H.264, Flash, and video blogs provided attendees with detailed insights and hands-on experience.
Tues., May 12, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 12 May 2009

Qumu Releases Open-Source Silverlight Mutlicast Plug-In

New plug-in developed by Qumu and Microsoft enables multicast for Silverlight in enterprise deployments.
Mon., May 11, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured News, Posted 11 May 2009

Microsoft Smooth Streaming: The Best of Both Worlds?

Announced last fall and released last month at NAB, Microsoft's Smooth Streaming seeks to combine the advantages of streaming with the simplicity and ease of use of progressive download.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 May 2009

Hitchhiker's Guide to Streaming Media: Making Flash Play

Flash files are everywhere, and most consumers play them back without giving them a second thought. If you're a content creator, though, making sure they play back correctly can be a tricky proposition. Here's a look at the different Flash file formats and how to use them.
Thurs., May 7, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2009

The Flash Guru: Servers, Bitrates, and Audio Syncing

In this month's edition of The Flash Guru, Stefan Richter takes on questions about the best way to serve Flash Video, trouble with getting decent streams on the consumer end, and lip-sync issues.
Wed., May 6, by Troy Dreier
Featured Articles, Posted 06 May 2009

NAB 2009 Highlights

Attendance was down, but that was good news for people who made the trip to NAB this year. Easy access to vendors provided plenty of "eureka" moments, particularly in the areas of mobile video and automated transcoding.
Tues., April 28, by Tim Siglin and Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured News, Posted 28 Apr 2009

Streaming Media Podcast #27: Wowza Media at NAB

Wowza's NAB show floor preview of its upcoming Pro Advanced server raised several questions about the combination of Flash and Silverlight, so Tim Siglin sits down with Wowza CEO Dave Stubenvoll to address those questions.
Mon., April 27, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Apr 2009

Flash and Silverlight, Together at Last

Wowza Media Server Pro Advanced will allow H.264 encodes to be played back in Flash, Silverlight and other players.
Mon., April 20, by Tim Siglin
Featured News, Posted 20 Apr 2009
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