Although the release of CS4 pushes Adobe’s video software further into the spotlight, it doesn’t make as large a first impression as its predecessor did.
Posted 09 Apr 2009
How the University of Bridgeport and Saxon Mills used YouTube to draw potential students to campus
Posted 09 Apr 2009
Wowza's NAB show floor preview of its upcoming Pro Advanced server raised several questions about the combination of Flash and Silverlight, so Tim Siglin sits down with Wowza CEO Dave Stubenvoll to address those questions.
Mon., April 27, by Tim Siglin
Posted 27 Apr 2009
With Vevo, Universal Music hopes to get the benefits of YouTube without being associated with the user-generated content that makes up much of the online video site's offering.
Mon., April 27, by Troy Dreier
Posted 27 Apr 2009
In this month's installment of The Silverlight Guru, Ben Waggoner answers questions about network protocols, slow-motion, and where Silverlight fits into Microsoft's strategic plans.
Tues., April 14, by Troy Dreier
Posted 17 Apr 2009
Tim Siglin talks to Andy Beach and John Bishop of Inlet Technologies, about the version 3 release of Armada, Inlet's automated transcoding and quality control system, which will be demonstrated at NAB starting this weekend.
Tues., April 14, by Tim Siglin
Posted 14 Apr 2009
Here’s how to do it, using Premiere Pro, Soundbooth, Adobe Media Encoder, and Flash.
Fri., April 3, by Michael Hurwicz
Posted 02 Apr 2009
In this month's edition of The Flash Guru, Stefan Richter helps readers suss out ways to reduce their delivery costs and integrating Flash video in web pages built in Dreamweaver.
Tues., Mar. 31, by Troy Dreier
Posted 31 Mar 2009
A discussion with Intel's Kirk Skaugen about the company's new Xeon 5550 Nehalem processor, and its implications for transcoding and video editing.
Mon. Mar. 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 Mar 2009
In a crisis, will your company sink or swim together? Video communications could be your solution.
Thurs., Mar. 26, by Todd Johnson
Posted 26 Mar 2009
An interview with Peter Csathy, the new president of Sorenson Media, about the company's plans for expansion and new updates to Sorenson Squeeze coming in Q2.
Wed., Mar. 25, by Jan Ozer
Posted 25 Mar 2009
It's getting fast uptake and a lot of media buzz, thanks to a high-profile scuffle with Hulu, but just exactly what Boxee does and how to use it isn't obvious.
Posted 23 Mar 2009
Can open source video solutions accomplish what proprietary alternatives can't?
Wed., Mar. 18, by Dr. Shay David
Posted 18 Mar 2009
The acquisition of Ancept Media Server attempts to leverage complementary technologies to strengthen ViewCast's market position, while Hearst's hiring of George Kliavkoff as it takes a major newspaper online-only hints at old media's need to embrace new media in order to survive.
Tues., Mar. 17, by Tim Siglin
Posted 17 Mar 2009
As online video grows, many publishers are finding the need to provide the same kind of captioning as broadcast TV. Here's a look at some of the issues and technological solutions in the closed captioning arena.
Posted 16 Mar 2009
Hulu has grabbed most of the headlines, but CBS Interactive's TV.com is proving itself to be a stickier destination with a slew of Web 2.0 social media tools in addition to its video content.
Tues., Mar. 10, by Troy Dreier
Posted 10 Mar 2009
A look at CNN's aspect ratio issues and their bold new streaming parameters
Mon., Mar. 9 by Jan Ozer
Posted 09 Mar 2009
In this new series, Microsoft's Ben Waggoner answers your Silverlight questions. This month: backwards compatibility for legacy systems and metadata for online radio.
Fri, Mar. 6, by Troy Dreier
Posted 06 Mar 2009
In this new monthly series, Stefan Richter answers your Flash video questions. In this installment: questions about Flash Interactive Server 3 and Flash Media Live Encoder
Posted 02 Mar 2009