At Adobe MAX in Milan earlier this week, Flash developer Fabio Sonnati presented a session packed with suggestions for transcoding H.264 video for Flash delivery.
Fri., Dec. 5, by Tim Siglin
Posted 05 Dec 2008
Two new features—Dynamic Streaming and Digital Video Recorder functionality—are the culmination of Adobe's latest attempts to maintain video quality in the face of network unreliability.
Wed., Nov. 19, by Tim Siglin
Posted 19 Nov 2008
Adobe's Flash Media Server 3.5, used in beta by CDNs like CDNetworks, competes with Wowza's newly announced pay-as-you-go streaming server subscription service.
Mon., Nov. 17 by Tim Siglin
Posted 17 Nov 2008
When content is king, knowing the proper medium and placement are key. New forays into online-only content like Mrs. P are demonstrating innovative approaches that don’t disregard the lessons of television.
Fri., Nov. 14, by Tim Siglin
Posted 14 Nov 2008
From live streaming of breaking news to user-generated content to video-promoted giveaways, online video did more than just provide election coverage to people away from their televisions.
Wed., Nov. 5, by Tim Siglin
Posted 04 Nov 2008
This installment of our Back to Basics series looks at some common terms used when discussing advertising rates and metrics, as well as why they matter.
Fri., Oct. 31, by Tim Siglin
Posted 31 Oct 2008
The term "HTTP streaming" got tossed around quite a bit at last week's Streaming Media Europe as a way to get through corporate firewalls. But not all "HTTP streaming" is created equal, nor is it always actually streaming.
Fri., Oct. 24, by Tim Siglin
Posted 24 Oct 2008
Sessions on a variety of topics from mobile video to content delivery to viewership habits show why Europe is the streaming growth leader
Thurs., Oct. 16, by Tim Siglin
Posted 16 Oct 2008
Adobe's Creative Suite 4 features improvements in the areas of native tapeless workflows, encoding, metadata, and Flash/After Effects integration and finally land just in front of Final Cut Studio.
Posted 15 Oct 2008
Wal-Mart adds fuel to the DRM-free MP3 fire by shutting down its DRM servers, while Apple threatens to shut down iTunes if the Copyright Review Board hikes mechanical reproduction royalties. Meanwhile, streaming radio might get a break.
Fri., Oct. 10, by Tim Siglin
Posted 10 Oct 2008