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Flash Video Isn’t Dead, It Just Pivoted

Flash Video Isnt Dead, It Just Pivoted

HTML5 is the future of video. Probably. Or if not HTML5, its successors. It seems that the whole web has rallied behind the desire to get rid of third-party plugins – especially closed plugins like Flash. And so every major new web browser now supports …

Introducing Mixpo Frameworks For Rich, Interactive Online Video Campaigns

Introducing Mixpo Frameworks For Rich, Interactive Online Video Campaigns

I just got the scoop on Mixpo's new Frameworks from Walter Harp and he tells me there's some interesting things going on with them in the near future as well. Frameworks basically offer you a set of pre-made interactive layer formats to help advertisers easily …

How To Edit Jump Cuts – Reel Video Producer Tips #14

How To Edit Jump Cuts   Reel Video Producer Tips #14

Jump cuts are a popular transition in online videos. They allow the creator to quickly move from one part of the video to another by eliminating pauses, silence, and other elements that make the video feel like it's moving slowly. By using jump cuts, you …

How To Make A Video Website From Your YouTube Channel – The Reel Web #13

How To Make A Video Website From Your YouTube Channel   The Reel Web #13

This week we look at the recent news of the online video world and highlight a lot of statistics that have come up regarding online video usage, views, and consumptions. These statistics show that, if you're thinking about getting into online video, now is the …

Adobe Abandons Flash For Mobile Devices

Adobe Abandons Flash For Mobile Devices

Citing the growth and almost exclusive use of HTML5 on mobile devices, Adobe has decided to discontinue new versions of Flash on mobile devices in the future.  After the release of Flash 11.1 for Android and Blackberry PlayBook, Adobe will now focus on HTML5 applications …

Adobe Acquires Auditude, Gets Into Video Monetization

Adobe Acquires Auditude, Gets Into Video Monetization

Adobe is known for providing powerful software to produce quality videos.  Their editing software, Adobe Premiere, and special effects application, After Effects, are commonly-used programs by pros and aspiring filmmakers alike.  Now, Adobe is getting into another phase of a video's life: monetization, with the …

Adobe MAX 2011 Offers Glimpse Into Video Meshes, Synchronized Crowdsouced Video

Adobe MAX 2011 Offers Glimpse Into Video Meshes, Synchronized Crowdsouced Video

At Adobe MAX 2011, Adobe showed off some really interesting stuff that the upcoming versions of their software will be able to do including video meshes, an entirely new way to edit videos, and synchronized crowdsource video.

Ooyala Goes Social, Everywhere with New Offerings

Ooyala Goes Social, Everywhere with New Offerings

I had a couple meetings with Ooyala lately to talk about all the cool new stuff they have got going on like Ooyala Social, Ooyala Everywhere and of course the Motorola Mobility investment and what it might mean for us as much as for them. …

Adobe Proves Relevant To HTML5 Future With Adobe Touch Apps & AIR Integration

Adobe Proves Relevant To HTML5 Future With Adobe Touch Apps & AIR Integration

Adobe MAX 2011 is going on, and while I'm not there, I've been keeping up with what's going on. One of the interesting things for us, the online video community, is Adobe AIR 3 and Flash Player 11. They announced that both are available as …

Adobe Air 3 & Flash Player 11 Bring Big Video Updates

Adobe Air 3 & Flash Player 11 Bring Big Video Updates

Adobe Air 3 and Flash 11 are set to bring 3D graphics to gaming (which I wrote up at GDN: Adobe Platforms Will Now have 3D Gaming Potential), but there is more to it than that. There are also some interesting video performance expansions and …

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