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Navigating the MPEG-4 Labyrinth

A source of great hope and speculation, MPEG-4 is charting a course for ubiquity through standardization. Contributor Stephen Jacobs tells us that if the history of MPEG is an indicator of what’s to come, start placing your bets on a standard and prepare to reap the benefits.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2001

Where’s Microsoft?

Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2001

Resources

Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2001

SMIL: Mixing Media With Ease

Web developers are perpetually looking for a standards-based solution, with wide industry support, that is as easy to edit and create as HTML. SMIL 1.0 has been a good step in this direction.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jun 2001

SMIL for Business Presentations, 101

Don’t let your presentation die after you step off the podium. Using SMIL as a corporate communications tool, you can add value to your company training, sales, or marketing efforts by synchronizing voice and slides, and then streaming the results to your audience.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jun 2001

Digital Rights and Wrongs

Spatafore now warns people in newsgroups that they risk a visit from the FBI if they continue to download movies illegally. But few take heed.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2001

Copyright on Trial

Prosecuted for enabling illegal downloads of "The Phantom Menace," Jason Spatafore says he’s a scapegoat. The FBI insists it has cornered a real threat to the movie industry. Staff Writer Jason Thompson examines the case that evokes big questions about the role of copyrights in the digital age.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2001

In Fear of A Napster Planet

Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2001

The Phoenix Menace

Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2001

Barry Diller: Convergence Contrarian

Welcome to the Digital Media Zone, Streaming Media Magazine’s look at the people and technologies pushing the convergence of the Internet and broadcasting worlds. In the May/June issue, contributor Jon Leland tells us why Barry Diller, the CEO of USA Networks, is a true media innovator.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 May 2001

The Creative Contrarian

Featured Articles, Posted 29 May 2001

Live Webcasting 101, Part II

In Part II, contributor and webcasting veteran Chip Ruhnke finishes the foundation for live webcast production techniques and considerations, including: server arrangements, testing, encoding parameters and some more tips and tricks.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 May 2001

An Authoring Environment Of Their Own

Last year, the Media Solutions Group billed its internal HP customers for more than $10 million in services. But it may find clients in the outside world a tougher sell than its in-house cousins.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2001

Adding Up ROI

Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2001

Enterprise Case Study: HP’s Streaming Group Grows Up

Born as the in-house media production organization for mighty Hewlett-Packard, the media solutions group will soon be taking its act on the road. Contributor Max Bloom tells us why the corporate production studio at HP has been so busy.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2001

Coping with Bandwidth Limitations

Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2001

The Eyeball: To Hell, Back, and Beyond

In his monthly column for Streaming Media Magazine, Staff Writer Jason Thompson tells us that despite industry efforts to demystify the Web, the thrill of the surf is alive and well. Streaming content sites should harness it.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 May 2001

Live Webcasting 101, Part I

Producing live events for the Web is about exciting as it gets for streaming tech-heads. Contributor and webcasting veteran Chip Ruhnke lays the foundation for live webcast production technique and considerations. All the basic skills and best practices will be described in this two-part series.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 May 2001

ICDNs: Delivery into the enterprise

Back when streaming video first started catching on, many companies were compelled to try streaming over their corporate networks. But IT managers feared that streaming would clog the pipes, slowing the passage of mission-critical data. Stream-enabling a network quickly became a priority.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 May 2001

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