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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

Streaming Spotlight: Peter Scott, Turner Sports

The VP of emerging media for Turner Sports talks about the network's delivery of the PGA Championship online, as well as the benefits of HTTP streaming and the implications of HTML5 video
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Dec 2010

Adaptive Streaming in the Field

How do organizations like MTV, Turner, NBC, Deutsche Welle, Harvard, and Indiana University actually deploy adaptive streaming technologies? Read on for all the juicy details.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Dec 2010

Review: Microsoft Expression Encoder 4

Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 offers the ability to inexpensively adaptively distribute to Apple iDevices, and does so admirably
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Video Review: Telestream Episode 6 Interface and Workflow

A first look at the latest version of Telestream Episode 6's interface and workflow options. The verdict? Click to watch.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Sep 2010

Commentary: The Five Key Myths About HTML5

Pay no attention to the man behind the Mac. HTML5 won't be a serious consideration for at least a few years.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Sep 2010

WebM vs. H.264: A First Look

Online Video News, Posted 26 Aug 2010

Producing H.264 Video

What you need to know to get the most out of the web's most popular codec
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Aug 2010

WebM vs. H.264: A Closer Look

Google's decision to open source VP8 in the form of WebM was the opening salvo in yet another codec war. We take a look at encoding efficiency, output quality, and CPU horsepower required for playback of both WebM and H.264.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jul 2010

Review: Camtasia 7

Reviews, Posted 29 Jun 2010

First Look: H.264 and VP8 Compared

VP8 is now free, but if the quality is substandard, who cares? Well, it turns out that the quality isn't substandard, so that's not an issue, but neither is it twice the quality of H.264 at half the bandwidth. See for yourself.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 May 2010

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