For all its strengths, the clock has run out for Flash. Now is the time say goodbye and migrate to HTML5. Here's everything companies still relying on Flash need to know.
Posted 13 Jan 2017
Piracy doesn't have to be a routine cost of business, and streamed videos can be secured. Learn which of these methods is best for your business.
Posted 01 Dec 2016
Even SMBs need to think about load testing these days to ensure they can serve audience demand. Here are three questions to consider.
Posted 03 Oct 2016
Should your company go with an online video platform or create a custom solution? OVPs make upload and distribution easy, but aren't right for all use cases.
Posted 15 Jul 2016
When smaller educational organizations look for affordable online video systems, they don't find the features that come standard in advanced elearning platforms.
Posted 06 Jun 2016
While the x265 codec is making big strides in quality and file size, the major browsers are in no rush to support H.265. With interest in 4K growing, maybe it's up to Flash to save the day.
Posted 27 Apr 2016
Sites that plan to sell video online through credit card payments need to know about payment card industry (PCI) requirements, which can be stringent.
Posted 25 Jan 2016
Robert Reinhardt, CTO VideoRx
Posted 05 Oct 2015
Everybody's using HTML5 and MPEG-DASH these days, right? Not so fast. Reports of Flash's death have been greatly exaggerated.
Posted 15 Jul 2015
While it's fun to be on the cutting-edge of new video codecs and formats, H.264 should be every publishers' primary focus for the time being.
Posted 04 Jun 2015