If your workflow requires both a transcoding and an encoding solution, and speed is paramount, strongly consider putting a StreamZ system on your short list.
Mon., Oct.9, by Tim Siglin
Posted 10 Oct 2006
What's New in Windows Media
Posted 06 Oct 2006
Excessive motion can ruin otherwise terrific video. From codec to camera to edit, this tutorial tells you how to keep it to a minimum
Fri., Oct. 6, by Jan Ozer
Posted 06 Oct 2006
The network shut down Mobile ESPN after only seven months, realizing that customers weren’t willing to make service-provider choices based upon available video content.
Tues., Oct. 3, by Tim Siglin
Posted 03 Oct 2006
Company admits information was missing from the Squeeze Compression Suite user agreement, but says it didn’t foresee the product being used by user-generated encoding services.
Mon., Oct. 2, by Lisa Larson
Posted 02 Oct 2006
Established players and challengers compete and converge to shape the future of video online. In this article, ESPN new media's former senior manager for international business strategy assesses the landscape and looks to the future.
Mon., Sept. 25, by Tejpaul Bhatia
Posted 25 Sep 2006
Adobe puts Macromedia technologies to good use in the recently-released Captivate 2 and Acrobat 8 products.
Sun., Sept. 24, by Tim Siglin
Posted 24 Sep 2006
All’s quiet on the Flash Video front, at least as far as Adobe’s public statements go. In fact, it was Sorenson Squeeze and newcomer WowzaTV that grabbed much of the attention at the latest Flashforward show.
Posted 19 Sep 2006
A recent symposium showed how streaming helped Virginia claim the title of Forbes’ Best State for Business.
Mon., Sept. 18, by Tim Siglin
Posted 18 Sep 2006
This year’s show demonstrates that the mobile video market is maturing rapidly, with an emphasis on DVB-H.
Thurs., Sept. 14, by Tim Siglin
Posted 14 Sep 2006
Pre-IBC announcements show flurry of activity in HD streaming and broadcasting space
Fri., Sept. 8, by Tim Siglin
Posted 08 Sep 2006
Acacia’s DMT enforcement has slowed down in 2006, but they’ve acquired other patents that may be relevant to the streaming industry, and the company’s bottom line has never looked better.
Tues., Sept. 5, by Geoff Daily
Posted 05 Sep 2006
Streaming in the Enterprise
Posted 01 Sep 2006
The appearance of UK-based Videojug.com suggests that the appeal of DIY video is growing, but potential investors in such sites would do well to consider three factors before signing the dotted line.
Wed., Aug. 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 Aug 2006
Despite some minor shortcomings, RayCaster 1.6 webcasting software offers plenty of functionality and an intuitive user interface, though its FireWire-only input means it puts a significant drain on CPU resources, especially on machines with only the minimum system requirements.
Tues., Aug. 29, by Steve Mack
Posted 29 Aug 2006
Along with the Scientific Atlanta acquisition, the Arroyo deal positions Cisco to be a major player in the video-on-demand market.
Tues., Aug. 22, by Tim Siglin
Posted 22 Aug 2006
Adobe Captivate and TechSmith Camtasia both have killer features that may swing the pendulum in their favor, but once you get to know their strengths and weaknesses, it really is hard to imagine living without either one.
Tues., Aug. 22, by Jan Ozer
Posted 22 Aug 2006
Following in ABC's footsteps, the network will post episodes with commercials on its website the morning after they air.
Wed., Aug. 16, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Posted 16 Aug 2006
A discussion with Adobe about the history of Flash and Flash Video, and more importantly, a few hints about Apollo, which frees them both from the browser.
Tues., Aug. 15, by Geoff Daily
Posted 15 Aug 2006