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VUDU Sells 1080p On Demand

Beating all comers VUDU has become the first company to sell full 1080p HD movies on demand via it's 1080p Internet Movie Player with content being available to VUDU owners today. Until now consumers have been restricted to renting HD movies from on- demand services, …

iPhone Currently Handles 1080P High-Definition HD Video

According to Gizmodo, "a friend in the industry" has notified them that the iPhone currently can handle1080P HD video.  Clearly with the iPhone screen being the size that it is, HD doesn't quite make a ton of sense. However, there is information surfacing that indicates …

Video Production – Part 2 – The Production Stage

Video Production   Part 2   The Production Stage

Continued from Part 1 – Pre-production. OK. You've written your script, got everything approved, organized everything and everyone, and now you're ready to shoot your video. Here are the major considerations for the video production stage. Safety Above all else, practice extreme safety measures such …

Hulu To Launch Wednesday With New Partners

Hulu will launch its free video streaming service on March 12, when the service exits its five-month-long private beta phase and becomes accessible to all public users.  Hulu has attracted a ton of attention from the press and for good reason, the site is backed …

Amazon Unbox Survey Hints At High-Definition Rentals

Amazon's Unbox service might finally get some High-Definition video action. The screencap below is from a survey sent out to their customer panel.  If you notice, it mentions $4.99 as the proposed rental price; this is the same price that itunes charges.  I think it …

Netflix Plugin for Windows Media Center

As one of our predictions for online video in 2008, we touched upon bridging the gap between computers and the livingroom as far as online video is concerned. And, we have already seen companies announcing new devices to support VOD (video on demand) and IPTV …

Rentals To Drive Paid Online Video Growth

Already in the first month of 2008, several companies have announced plans to launch or expand online video rental services, including Apple, Netflix, and others. According to new research released by ABI Research, online rental videos will lead the way in terms of the paid …

Netflix Offers Unlimited Online Movie Streaming

It's official. Netflix has lifted its monthly time limits for online video viewing of its movies (starting Monday 1/14/2008). Netflix plans to remove the hourly limits that it previously placed on its users.  Previously users (with 3 movies package were limited to 17 hours of …

Netflix To Bring Online Movies Into Living Rooms

Looks like my predictions for online video in 2008 are already coming true… #8 Online Video in the Home – We will continue to see movement towards development of devices similar to AppleTV whereby online video and online movies will start to migrate into our …

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