HEVC might be getting all the attention, but Google's VP9 appears to match H.265 in quality and might play a bigger role in the transition from Flash to HTML5
Posted 26 Nov 2014
H.265 is coming to the Android operating system, as well, but it's nowhere to be seen on desktop or notebook computers.
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Posted 05 Nov 2014
Sorenson introduced Squeeze 10 and Squeeze Server 3 today. We conducted a Q&A with Sorenson's general manager to hear how the company is responding to new formats and codecs.
Posted 15 Oct 2014
Whether it's to make your videos accessible to hearing-impaired viewers or to increase SEO, you should be captioning your videos. Here's a look at the tools and services you can use to get started.
Posted 18 Sep 2014
What the online video industry needs is simple standards for reaching all viewers. But when have standards ever simplified online video?
Posted 17 Sep 2014
If you're publishing video, chances are you're putting at least some of it on YouTube. These four companies offer tips for making sure you're doing it right.
Posted 16 Sep 2014
If you've spent any time at NAB or IBC, you'd think that HEVC is ready for prime time. The reality is that, for almost every use case, it's nowhere close.
Posted 15 Sep 2014
As cloud encoding services have matured, more and more companies are switching or supplementing their on-premises efforts. Here's what some customers are doing.
Posted 03 Jul 2014
For broadcasters and high-volume producers, Amazon's Elastic Transcoder has too many limitations. For everyone else, it's an appealing, if flawed, solution.
Posted 25 Jun 2014
PrimeTime is an attractive Flash-based option with a clutter-free interface and lifecycle management, but it does have its share of rough edges
Posted 19 Jun 2014