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What if Google Didn't Drop H.264 in Chrome?

Pundits have pounced on Google for dropping H.264 support in favor of WebM in the Chrome browser. But what if an all-H.264 world isn't all it's cracked up to be?
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jan 2011

Google's Rejection of H.264 in Chrome Means a Unified HTML5 Video Tag is Now a Pipe Dream

Google's attempt to clarify its decision to drop H.264 from Chrome in favor of WebM creates even more questions than it answers
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2011

How to Encode to WebM

With Google's announcement that it's dropping H.264 support in Chrome in favor of WebM, it's time to start looking at the format. Here's a look at how to get the best WebM quality.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2011

The Flash Guru: Streaming with DVR Controls

In this month's installment, Stefan Richter tackles questions on publishing a stream with DVR options, using HTTP Live Streaming, and creating a virtual video capture device.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Dec 2010

W3C's Le Hagaret Says Developers Are Finding Better Performance with WebM

The head of the W3C's video standards group cites community "sentiment" finding that WebM outperforms Ogg in terms of "bandwidth and quality"
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2010

Microsoft Announces Silverlight 5

MS reassures developers by showing future plans for the Silverlight platform.
Featured News, Posted 02 Dec 2010

Brightcove Launches Version 5 of Online Video Platform

New features allow customers to serve more viewers and work more productively
Featured News, Posted 02 Nov 2010

Silverlight Comments Inflame Developers

Have the rumors of Microsoft Silverlight's death been greatly exaggerated?
Featured Articles, 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

Adobe Joins with Kaltura for HTML5 Widget

Solution makes it easy to stream HTML5 or Flash video to any viewer on any platform.
Featured News, Posted 23 Oct 2010

Commentary: Sometimes, The Old Ways are the Best

New formats and delivery protocols might be sexy, but in a mission-critical corporate environment, so-called "deprecated" technologies might still be the way to go
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2010

Open Video Conference Reflects a Shifting Landscape

The annual gathering shows a passion for open formats and creative work.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Oct 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

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

Grab Viewers' Attention with the Free Dabber Player

A new no-cost version of the Dabber Player will introduce many to its attractive video menus.
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

First Look: Flash Media Server 4

Today Adobe announced the immediate availability of Flash Media Server 4, including Flash Media Enterprise Server, which includes "Fusion," an approach to multicasting that combines IP multicasting with what the company calls "application multicasting." Here's a detailed look at what's available in each of the three new FMS products, including a look at a test implementation by MediaPlatform.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Sep 2010

Commentary: The Five Key Myths About HTML5

Pay no attention to the man behind the Mac. HTML5 won't be a serious consideration for at least a few years.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Sep 2010

To Infinity and Beyond: MPEG LA Extends H.264 Internet Video Moratorium Indefinitely

The standards body extended in perpetuity the royalty-free license on internet video that's free to users from 2015
Featured News, Posted 26 Aug 2010
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