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Safari is a web browser developed by Apple Inc. and included with the Mac OS X and iOS operating systems. First released as a public beta on January 7, 2003 on the company’s OS X operating system, it became Apple’s default browser beginning with Mac OS X v10.3 “Panther”. Safari is also the native browser for iOS. A version of Safari for the Microsoft Windows operating system was first released on June 11, 2007, and supported Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7,...

Which Live Streaming Site Has 45M Viewers Per Month?

Which Live Streaming Site Has 45M Viewers Per Month?

There is a rabid fan base out there consuming billions and billions of live video streaming minutes each month. You might have an idea of the site, which draws on average, 45 million unique viewers a month, and you might not. They have grown from a category, into a spin off, into a major Internet video force and they show that when you build it right, as in really, really right, they will come, and continue to come for months and years.

Duration of Mobile Video Impacts CTR and Completion Rate Differently

Duration of Mobile Video Impacts CTR and Completion Rate Differently

How does the duration of the mobile video ad impact metrics like completion rates and click through rates? Does a longer ad mean more drop off and less clicks or is there some plot twist in the story? The only way to truly find out is to dive right in and check out what the Mobile Marketing Association’s latest research came back with.

YouTube Tests Out New Dynamic Video Player Feature

YouTube Tests Out New Dynamic Video Player Feature

YouTube is experimenting with a new video player size which will dynamically change the player’s dimensions, depending on the size of the user’s browser window. The site is testing the automatic responsive design of the player which means that users won’t need to do a thing.

HTML5 Browser Support Growing Fast; Chrome Takes 33% Market Share [Report]

HTML5 Browser Support Growing Fast; Chrome Takes 33% Market Share [Report]

80% of browsers support HTML5 video technology and Chrome has a 33% share of that market, the biggest piece of the pie compared to others like Firefox and IE9+ which only have a 14% share. On the mobile front iOS and Android account for 8% each of total HTML5 browser installs.

Want to Buffer YouTube Videos While on Pause? Try These Browser Add-Ons

Want to Buffer YouTube Videos While on Pause?  Try These Browser Add Ons

Do you hate that YouTube’s buffering capability only works when the video is actually playing? Do you want buffering to happen while the video is paused? Here are a couple of browser add-ons that will help you do that.

Browser Adoption of HTML5 Video Continues to Grow, But Still Not Complete

Browser Adoption of HTML5 Video Continues to Grow, But Still Not Complete

LongTail Video just released the update to their longstanding State of HTML5 Video which gives everyone a clear cut, easy to read guide to what parts of the HTML5 <video> tag are supported, by what browser and to what extent. At present, 79% of the …

Firefox to Stop Pushing WebM and Give in to H.264? What’s that Mean to You

Firefox to Stop Pushing WebM and Give in to H.264? Whats that Mean to You

It's a dark day indeed for online video, H.264 has seemingly won the war without any real battles being fought. Google has yet to remove H.264 from Chrome and now someone high up at Firefox has pretty much stated that they're throwing in the towel …

The State Of HTML5 Video – Growing, But Also Kind Of A Mess

The State Of HTML5 Video   Growing, But Also Kind Of A Mess

Remember all the hustle and bustle there was to get HTML5 off the ground and implement immediately even though there was no standard codec, it lacks tons of functionality and all that? LongTail Video does and they broke down just where it all stands now …

Vid.ly Universal Video URL Service Goes Public Beta

Vid.ly Universal Video URL Service Goes Public Beta

A while back I wrote about the new vid.ly service from Encoding.com. Well they have been working on it for some time now and today it's ready to throw open its doors and welcome in the public for the rest of the beta period. Vid.ly, …

Adobe Releases Wallaby Flash to HTML Converter Preview

Adobe Releases Wallaby Flash to HTML Converter Preview

The cool tool I wrote about some time back from Adobe that will allow you to take your Flash and transport it to HTML will get a preview release today. While it might not be amazingly cool, it could certainly help all those Flash programmers …

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