If you produce streaming video, Squeeze 4.5 is a product you need to download and try, even if you’re completely satisfied with your current workflow and encoding tools.
Mon., Nov. 27, by Jan Ozer
Posted 27 Nov 2006
To squeeze out the most bang for the bit out of the new version of Windows Media, there are a number of registry key settings that can be used to change the codecs’ behavior dramatically.
Mon., Nov. 20, by Ben Waggoner
Posted 20 Nov 2006
We contacted six organizations that make extensive use of streaming media, whether for internal communications or for consumer delivery. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Accenture, the state of Montana, DL.TV, blip.tv, and ESPN.com were all kind enough to share with us the decision-making processes behind their streaming video implementations, as well as the reasons behind their choices of video formats.
Posted 15 Nov 2006
Flix Publisher puts processing load on content creator's machine, easing the burden on websites.
Wed., Nov. 1, by Lisa Larson
Posted 01 Nov 2006
Easier to use than Audition but nearly as powerful, Adobe’s new audio software sets its sights on streaming video producers and Flash developers.
Mon., Oct. 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 Oct 2006
Adobe’s recent acquisition of Serious Magic is good news for current Adobe video customers, and bodes well for streaming users. And while Adobe’s thinking about acquisitions, here are some other companies it might be considering.
Wed., Oct. 25, by Tim Siglin
Posted 25 Oct 2006
What's New in Windows Media
Posted 06 Oct 2006
All’s quiet on the Flash Video front, at least as far as Adobe’s public statements go. In fact, it was Sorenson Squeeze and newcomer WowzaTV that grabbed much of the attention at the latest Flashforward show.
Posted 19 Sep 2006
Adobe Captivate and TechSmith Camtasia both have killer features that may swing the pendulum in their favor, but once you get to know their strengths and weaknesses, it really is hard to imagine living without either one.
Tues., Aug. 22, by Jan Ozer
Posted 22 Aug 2006
A discussion with Adobe about the history of Flash and Flash Video, and more importantly, a few hints about Apollo, which frees them both from the browser.
Tues., Aug. 15, by Geoff Daily
Posted 15 Aug 2006
Acquisition solidifies Telestream’s place in the Mac encoding market while positioning both companies to pursue next-generation encoding tools.
Tues., Aug 8, by Tim Siglin
Posted 08 Aug 2006
While no digital rights management solution is 100% effective in deterring piracy, the right approach can help you maximize profits while minimizing unauthorized use.
Tues., July 25, 2006, by Tim Siglin
Posted 25 Jul 2006
Video quality shouldn't be the only--or even the most important--factor when it comes to selecting a format. Scalability, rights management, user experience, and other considerations are just as crucial to your decision.
Tues., July 18, by Dan Rayburn
Posted 22 Jul 2006
New virtual machine tool allows near full-speed access to processors on Intel-based Macs. And, unlike Apple's own Boot Camp beta, it lets users run Windows and OS X at the same time.
Posted 27 Jun 2006
A delicious recipe for Apple-flavored media, including tips on encoding audio and video encoding and publishing your content to iTunes.
Tues., June 27, by Jose Castillo
Posted 27 Jun 2006
These three video production companies take very different approaches to delivering Flash Video for clients. But each one maximizes the format’s capabilities while downplaying its limitations.
Tues., May 30, by Jan Ozer
Posted 30 May 2006
Announcements in the last week by Apple, Loudeye, and MTV show just how fluid the digital music delivery space has become.
Tues., May 16 by Tim Siglin
Posted 16 May 2006
More than a year after settling with Microsoft, it's déjà vu all over again as the two companies battle it out in court over Burst's video and audio delivery patents.
Wed. April 19, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Posted 19 Apr 2006
Movielink and CinemaNow recently announced programs that enable consumers to purchase and download movies online. Until DRM issues are resolved, however, these are but small steps toward the holy grail of download once, play anywhere content delivery.
Tues. April 18, by Geoff Daily
Posted 18 Apr 2006