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A patent (/ˈpætənt/ or /ˈpeɪtənt/) is a form of intellectual property. It consists of a set of exclusive rights granted by a sovereign state to an inventor or their assignee for a limited period of time in exchange for the public disclosure of an invention.
The procedure for granting patents, the requirements placed on the patentee, and the extent of the exclusive rights vary widely between countries according to national laws and international agreements. Typically, however, a pa...

Brightcove Embraces HTML5, Passes On Theora Support

Brightcove recently announced that they're on the HTML 5 bandwagon (yah team!) and that they're now offering  HTML5 compatibility for their clients. They call HTML5 implementation cost-prohibitive which makes me wonder just how much work it would be to implement it. I think I smell ...

My Theora On H(TML5).264 Support

My Theora On H(TML5).264 Support

Microsoft showed off what some are calling the killer app (a lame term really), Internet Explorer 9. It's got HTML 5 support (to what extent remains to be seen) and MP3, MP4 and H.264 support built in. That could be enough to push the industry ...

Commoncraft and Wistia Team Up On Video Licensing and Delivery

Common Craft, whose series of In Plain English videos are some of the most cited and sourced video content online, has announced a new partnership with Wistia today.  You can read the blog post about it from Wistia.

Science Discovers Online Video and Social Media

Everyone is finding some benefit to using online video, even the scientific community. They're not really using it as advertising and marketing but more as a way to connect with the public in general and help them understand where all that research money goes. For ...

Online Video Ads Vs Search Ads - The Fight of The Decade

Search ads have been the champions of online ad spending for some time. Thanks to Google not only having the majority share of the search market, but also a major tie-in with Adwords and Adsense. But video ad spending is increasing rapidly. So one day ...

YouTube and Google Patent Game Technology for Web Video

Yes, Google and YouTube are getting in the games industry. And why not? They're already in a slew of other online service industries, so why not one more. But this one is special because it's using web-based video. Not only that, but it takes otherwise ...

Tools for YouTube Closed Captions, Subtitles and Translations

Web-Based Tools for YouTube Captions DotSub- Any video any language is the motto of this place. No fee, video subtitling site and service in a 'wiki' style. You can view, upload, transcribe and translate all right through the site. CaptionTube - Gives the ability to ...

A Video SEO Case Study: Common Craft

A Video SEO Case Study: Common Craft

Common Craft is a company specializing in creating "explanation" videos.  Most of their videos are pitched as an explanation of something "in plain English," and include simple-but-cute hand drawn cartoons alongside a charming narration.  Their website tag line reads: "Our product is explanation.” Never heard ...

Is Ogg Theora The Savior of Online Video?

Ogg Theora, the magical, mystical, savior of the online video movement? Tapped to be part of the Open Video Standards and set to take its position at center stage in the push for widespread online video acceptance, but is it all it can be and ...

Self-Service Video Production Platform Review – Interview With AditAll

http://www.reelseo.com/self-service-video/8104/ ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews AddItAll.com's Arthur McKinley on the advantages for marketers to use a self-service video platform for content and video advertising.

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