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Jan Ozer
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Jan Ozer (jan at doceo.com) is a streaming media consultant and frequent contributor to industry magazines and websites on streaming related topics and the author of Video Compression for Flash, Apple Devices and HTML5.

Articles By Jan Ozer

Choosing a Streaming Encoding Tool

Our annual test of the leading desktop encoding programs.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

The 411 on OVPs

Not all OVPs are alike. Here's a look at what they all have in common, as well as differentiating features.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

What is HTML5?

An explanation of HTML5 and HTML5 Video, including history, patent issues, and current use by Apple, Microsoft, Google, Adobe, and others.
What Is ..., Posted 10 Mar 2011

MPEG LA and WebM: Power to the Patent Trolls!--The Producer's View

MPEG LA's call for patents could do serious damage to the WebM format and lead to the industry standardizing on H.264. Let's hope!
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2011

What is Streaming?

A high-level view of streaming media technology, history, and the online video market landscape
What Is ..., Posted 26 Feb 2011

Live Streaming from a Notebook

Live streaming on a notebook can be the best of all possible worlds, but how powerful a machine do you need, and how do the various live streaming software programs stack up? We look at tools from Adobe, Kulabyte, Microsoft, and Telestream.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2011

Flash Player 10.2: More Efficient than WebM

The latest version of the Flash Player significantly reduces the CPU resources required for video playback, and beats HTML5-based WebM in most deployments
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Feb 2011

Sorenson Squeeze 7: The Good, The Bad, and the Lovely

The latest iteration of Sorenson Squeeze isn't perfect, but it's still the best desktop transcoding tool on the market.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Jan 2011

Commentary: Welcome to the Two-Codec World

With WebM, Google hasn't created any new revenue opportunities, opened any new markets or increased the size of the pie. They've just made it more expensive to get your share, all in the highly ethereal pursuit of "open codec technologies."
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2011

How to Encode to WebM

With Google's announcement that it's dropping H.264 support in Chrome in favor of WebM, it's time to start looking at the format. Here's a look at how to get the best WebM quality.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2011

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