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Apple Releases QuickTime 6 Public Preview

The company announces the awaited release of QuickTime 6, fully compliant with MPEG-4 standards, along with QuickTime 4 Streaming Server and a new product, QuickTime Broadcaster.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2002

Configuring Servers for Streaming, Part Two

Contributor Dee McVicker outlines tips and techniques for maximizing performance, from the network down on to the microprocessor.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2002

Webcasting Royalty Rates Rejected

A controversial royalty rate plan for streaming music online has been rejected by the Librarian of Congress.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2002

It’s All About Communication

There’s no denying the tremendous utility in streaming media to deliver information faster, more efficiently, and to a global audience. Columnist Dan Rayburn speaks
Featured Articles, Posted 17 May 2002

Configuring Servers For Streaming

[Two-Part Article] Contributor Dee McVicker discusses tips and techniques for maximizing performance, from the network on down to the microprocessor
Featured Articles, Posted 13 May 2002

A Guide to Great Web Video: Preprocessing

Delivering good quality video almost invariably requires preprocessing of source video. Contributor Barb Roeder lays the groundwork in discussing some of the most important preprocessing filters.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Apr 2002

Streaming Media News Roundup

From NAB: New product announcements from Discreet and Sonic Foundry; MPEG-4 takes center stage; and Intertainer’s CEO Jonathan Taplin speaks his mind.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Apr 2002

Sure-Fire Tips for Encoding High-Quality, Low-Bandwidth Audio, Part 2

In the second of two parts, we outline editing and encoding tips to deliver high-quality audio to the dial-up and mobile phone network crowd.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Apr 2002

Sure-Fire Tips for Encoding High-Quality, Low-Bandwidth Audio, Part 1

In the first of a two-part tutorial, contributor Dee McVicker runs though some helpful recording and encoding tips to deliver high-quality audio to the dial-up and mobile phone network crowd.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Apr 2002

MPEG-4 AAC Licensing Announcement Gets Support

MPEG-4 audio licensing announcements welcomed by many in the industry; and DivXNetworks inks agreement with film distributor Monument Video
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Mar 2002

Learning the ABCs for Network Storage - Part Two

In the second of two parts, contributor Jon Jacobi details the pros and cons of storage strategies. For Part 1, click here.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Mar 2002

Streaming Media News Roundup

StreamCast Networks adds DRM technology to its file-swapping Morpheus network; Video server software company Thirdspace gets a $16 million boost.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Mar 2002

Learning the ABCs for Network Storage - Part One

In a two-part series, contributor Jon Jacobi busts through the jargon of storage acronyms – DAS, NAS, and SAN – and details the pros and cons of storage strategies.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Mar 2002

FireWire: The Wild Card

In a follow up to last week’s article on choosing the right capture solution, Dee McVicker tests out an analog camera with a Firewire/DV/converter bridge.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Mar 2002

Choosing The Right Capture Solution

With a host of recent changes in capture boards, contributor Dee McVicker surveys the options available for pros, prosumers and consumers.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2002

SimulStream, The Theory and Reality

ViewCast’s SimulStream is a $599 software upgrade for ViewCast Osprey capture board owners, which gives users the ability to simultaneously encode multiple streams of audio and video at different resolutions and bit rates, from a single board.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Mar 2002

See David Lynch Stream

In an interview, filmmaker and Internet producer David Lynch talks with Tech Editor Bill Bernat about how TV is dead and his new number one passion is davidlynch.com -- the recently launched subscription and pay-per-view site, filled with streaming media and a great deal more.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Mar 2002

MPEG LA Responds to Licensing Criticism

Larry Horn, MPEG LA’s vice president of licensing, responds to the flurry of criticism generated by last week’s proposed licensing terms for MPEG-4 Visual, and invites the industry to make its concerns known.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Feb 2002

Proposed MPEG-4 Licensing Draws Fire

The MPEG LA has proposed initial licensing terms for the MPEG-4 Visual technology, and industry reaction is mixed at best, with Internet streaming media interests moving fast to have their concerns addressed. Technical editor Bill Bernat reports.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Feb 2002

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