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Silverlight Makes Gains, Shines On Kaltura and Ooyala

Apparently, and I find this rather shocking, Silverlight is installed on 60% of connected devices. SIXTY percent. I am guessing that is mostly because it is now coming pre-installed on Windows machines and smartphones? As a result both Kaltura and Ooyala have begun to support ...

Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop - March 23rd

Are you producing streaming video and wondering if your procedures and work flow maximize quality and efficiency? Perhaps you're on the distribution side and need to learn how to produce a Flash Player, or install or manage the Flash Media Server? If any of these ...

Brightcove Experiences Mobile Video With Flash Player 10.1

Brightcove recently announced that they will support the upcoming release of Adobe's Flash Player 10.1. Brightcove's new optimized mobile version of the company's cloud-based online video platform, dubbed the "Mobile Experience," will utilize Adobe's Flash 10.1 player to reproduce the Brightcove player experience on smartphones.

YouTube Embraces HTML 5 Video, Experimentally

YouTube recently stated that they want to help push HTML 5 to the forefront and have begun a more robust experiment to use it on their site. You have to opt-in to beta program in order to see the HTML 5 pages and there are ...

Vimeo Takes It All On The Road

Vimeo recently announced that their clever developers have finished up a way for your videos to be mobile. Yes, including iPhone, iPod Touch, Android and Palm Pre.

Cloudy With A 100% Chance of Amazon Streaming Video

Amazon has servers around the world and they offer no-contract, hassle-free static content delivery, or rather they did. Now they also offer streaming server technology which means you don't have to. Is this a big deal?

HTML 5 Won't Kill Adobe Flash Video Player

HTML 5 Wont Kill Adobe Flash Video Player

Let's face it, people, for some unknown reason, want HTML 5 to crush Flash. But as far as I'm concerned, it just won't happen and here's why.

Adobe Sees Big Money In Video Analytics

Last week, Adobe Systems, maker of the ubiquitous Flash platform underlying most web video, announced the acquisition of Omniture for $1.8 billion. While Omniture's core business is web analytics (measuring how visitors interact with your website), one of the most emphasized aspects of the acquisition ...

Adobe's Omniture Acquisition - Smart Buy or Foolish Move?

The tech world is abuzz with the news of Adobe's purchase of Omniture, the Utah-based software company.  While Omniture's core product—software that helps track how advertising is viewed—would seem to be a perfect fit for Adobe, much of the discussion surrounding the merger has centered ...

Understanding FLV and SWF - The Basics of Flash Video

If there are any non-technical folks out there that have been wondering what the heck the difference is between FLV (Flash Video) and SWF (Shockwave Flash) file formats, you are in luck.  In this short video from Sorenson Media, Technical Support Specialist Jeff Udall provides ...

eTailers Improve ROI With Video Says Adobe Scene7 White Paper

A new white paper has been released by Adobe Scene7, the rich-media enterprise solution, detailing how eTailers are using Video to better ROi. I got my hands on it and have the juicy details below (albeit in brief of course) along with my thoughts.

Livestream APIs and Brightcove Integration

Livestream APIs and Brightcove Integration

Livestream, formerly Mogulus, have released a set of open APIs for the service expanding the ability to integrate it into your online video strategy. Plus the service is also now able to integrate its live streaming with the Brightcove video player. Livestream just announced earlier ...

HD Online - Watch Upload and Share High-Definition Videos

HD Online   Watch Upload and Share High Definition Videos

With the ever expanding acceptance of high definition video it's no wonder that making a list of sites that support it is an ongoing task. So this time around it's my turn to update you on all the latest and greatest places where you can ...

Google Gets ON2 Video Compression

Google is in the buying mood again it seems as they recently gobbled up ON2 Technologies who create high-quality video compression technology. What's that mean for the video web? One can never be certain, can one? But we'll tell you what WE think.

Adobe Gets Serious With Open Source – Opens Up That MF

Adobe has started to take open source video serious and now has the open source media framework (osmf, strobe). Read about Adobe opens up flash media player framework