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Intel CEO says Google TV to Launch This Month

Intel CEO says Google TV to Launch This Month

Come here you stupid cat, get back in the bag! Oh, hi everyone, I didn't see you there. Hey, guess what? The Intel CEO, Paul Otellini, spilled the beans, let the cat out of the bag, and er…I know there's another one.

VideoLAN’s VLC Player App To Show Up On iPad? It Depends On Apple’s Approval

VideoLAN’s VLC Player App To Show Up On iPad? It Depends On Apple’s Approval

VideoLan (makers of the popular VLC media player) has been ported by Applidium and the the makers of the software are pleased. It's been submitted to Apple, but the question remains, will they [Apple] allow a video player that's not directly tied to their software, shopping …

H.264 Codec Is Now FREE – for Free Video – MPEG LA Announces Royalty-Free License

H.264 Codec Is Now FREE   for Free Video   MPEG LA Announces Royalty Free License

I just ran across this most interesting of items.  MPEG LA has announced that they will not charge royalties on Internet Video using the AVC/H.264 codec, when that video is free to end-users, for the lifetime of that license. This goes beyond the previous December …

In-Depth Review of InPlay Video Analytics

It's not quite Google Analytics, yet. But it is certainly a step in the right direction. While we originally had some implementation problems over at Gamers Daily News, TubeMogul was more than helpful in getting everything working properly with us.

Online Video Gets Free Analytics From TubeMogul With InPlay

Wherein Chris describes himself as a flappy head and gives you the scoop on TubeMogul’s now-free-to-use video analytics package, InPlay.

List of WebM Browsers and Media Players: Watch WebM VP8 Video

List of WebM Browsers and Media Players: Watch WebM VP8 Video

You all know you want to know how to do stuff and we the Reel Masters are back with a new how-to round up. This time we're going to show you how to watch WebM/VP8 encoded video.

HTML5 Is Better Than Sliced Bread for Online Video Advertising!

A recent post over at Mediapost talked about how HTML 5 is going to completely rewrite the online video advertising landscape. I beg to differ because I, unlike many, don't buy into all the hype surrounding everything and I'm too lazy to hop on all …

Hulu Rolls Out Sweeping Changes, Passes On HTML5 Video… for Now

Exactly two weeks ago, YouTube gave their video player a much-needed makeover.  Now it's Hulu's turn… possibly.  Hulu just announced that they will be rolling out a new version of their video player. These changes by Hulu are pretty huge, and widespread, so let's run down …

Free Webinar – Got Questions About Encoding Video for The Web?

UPDATE – You can watch the entire webinar replay here – Encoding Video for the Web. Please join us tomorrow, May 5th at 11am Pacific, for our free webinar all about encoding video for the web.  If you are producing video for the web and …

YouTube Gives Their Video Player A Makeover, Again

YouTube has begun rolling out a new version of its video player.  The new look is designed to promote the video content itself and move the player more into a supporting role. In a general sense, the interface and controls have been redesigned and cleaned …

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