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All about the HTML5 Video Tag, codecs for HTML-5 Video (h.264, webM VP8, ogv, etc…), standards and best practices for HTML5 video publishing, HTML5 vs. Adobe Flash, HTML5 Video + Adobe, etc….

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Saturday Morning Awesome Sauce: Adobe Continues Bridging Gap with Flash to HTML5 Conversion Tool

Saturday Morning Awesome Sauce: Adobe Continues Bridging Gap with Flash to HTML5 Conversion Tool

If you read ReelSEO regularly you'll be aware that yesterday I wrote about how Adobe teamed up with Kaltura on an online video player featuring both Flash and HTML5. Well their efforts to remain the leader in online media for websites haven't stopped there. With …

How The HTML 5 War Has Been Won, By Adobe and Kaltura

How The HTML 5 War Has Been Won, By Adobe and Kaltura

Many people out there think that a war was brewing. That it was us versus them, that one thing is better than the other and that, in Highlander style: There can be only one. Adobe proved them all wrong this week by incorporating Kaltura's HTML5 …

Encoding.com Offers HTML5 Preset Options for Ogg Theora, WebM VP8 on H.264

Encoding.com Offers HTML5 Preset Options for Ogg Theora, WebM VP8 on H.264

Encoding.com, one of the coolest places to do quick transcoding of video online, or online video for that matter, have just announced several new presets aimed at the HTML5 video market. This should make things easier for everyone using the service and wanting to support …

E-Commerce Retailers – Active In Social Media But Lacking Mobile Video and HTML5

E Commerce Retailers   Active In Social Media But Lacking Mobile Video and HTML5

Some retailers are more active in social media than you might imagine. A full 12% of them have more than one million fans. Brands in that category include Victoria's Secret, Kohl's, Nike, Target, Walmart and Best Buy). Over 50% have over 100,000 fans. I wish …

JW Video Player 5.3 – Combines Flash, HTML5, Plus New Javascript API for Consistent Experience

JW Video Player 5.3   Combines Flash, HTML5, Plus New Javascript API for Consistent Experience

LongTailVideo is set to fully release an updated version of the popular JW Player which includes some all new features as well as some updated features. The major features include auto-detect Flash and HTML5 in one, a Javascript API and new HTML5 playback features.

Yahoo Releases Major Changes To Search Interface

Yahoo Releases Major Changes To Search Interface

Not to be outdone by all the new things Google has been doing with their search interface this year, Yahoo has just released a pretty major update to their own search engine.  And since we're all about getting your videos found on search engines here, …

Behind-the-Scenes With Coincident TV – Tying Content Together in Creative, Interactive Ways

Behind the Scenes With Coincident TV – Tying Content Together in Creative, Interactive Ways

Coincident TV, like Qoof, wants to make your video content more interactive. However, unlike Qoof who was aimed more at eRetailers, Coincident TV is aiming to bring more content into the video viewing experience and integrating other content as well. I did not get to …

DailyMotion Expands Video Discovery, Localization and Player Features

DailyMotion Expands Video Discovery, Localization and Player Features

DailyMotion is working on implementing better ways for their users to discover video content on DailyMotion. Apparently, what they had just wasn't working (which might explain their serious lack of stringency in what is acceptable as a view, having just scraped the bottom of the …

Blip HTML5 Player 5 Times Faster, Full Switchover Soon

Blip HTML5 Player 5 Times Faster, Full Switchover Soon

I am going to refrain from using all manner of cliche here and simply say, Blip is ready to take its whole site to the next level. Damn, that's a cliche too, isn't it? Hey everyone, Blip.tv says they're going to go full HTMl5 as …

Open Video Conference To Shine Again On New York City

Open Video Conference To Shine Again On New York City

Lights, camera, Action! ReelSEO is a proud media partner of the Open Video Conference. Set for 1-2, October 2010, the conference will highlight industry leaders from business, academia, art and activism, bringing them together to discuss technical and creative innovation in the online video space.

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