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Akamai Explains the Economics of DASH and DASH-264

In a panel discussion, Akamai considers why DASH-264 makes sense for the industry and tells the audience how to join those already working on it.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 May 2013

Brightcove Announces Video.js 4.0

Improvements include greater stability and performance in the first update since Brightcove acquired the popular player,
Online Video News, Posted 09 May 2013

Commentary: Adobe Goes All In on the Cloud

Adobe officially changes all the Creative Suite products to Creative Cloud. While that might make logical sense, the shift could create problems for end users and, ultimately, for Adobe, too.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2013

Commentary: HLS's Ubiquity May Be DASH's Gain

Now that virtually all major players support Apple's HLS, the shortcomings of that de facto standard may lead to more widespread implementation of MPEG-DASH
Featured Articles, Posted 01 May 2013

Streaming Forum Preview: Netflix Aims to "Delight" Customers

Netflix will kick off Streaming Forum 2013 with a panel discussion highlighting the unique challenges—and opportunities—for SVOD providers to build a content and service supply chain in Europe
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Apr 2013

Commentary: Will Flash Player Survive?

Recent announcements surrounding Adobe's plans for Primetime—including the inclusion of HLS and DASH support—beg the question: Why isn't the venerable Flash Player getting key upgrades?
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Apr 2013

Commentary: H.265 and 4K Ultra HD—History Repeats Itself?

Technology alone may not be enough to drive consumer and broadcast adoption
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Apr 2013

Adobe to add HLS and DASH to Primetime

Adobe's plans for Primetime highlight both the strengths and limitations of HLS and DASH, as well as the fact that Flash isn't going away anytime soon
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Apr 2013

Adding HLS Support to Flash, Adobe Sees Authentication Jump

The number of authenticated TV Everywhere streams grew from 18.3M in 2011 to 222.5M in 2012, says Adobe.
Online Video News, Posted 18 Apr 2013

The Future of HEVC: It's Coming, but with Plenty of Questions

Everyone agrees that HEVC is the codec of the future, but an unclear royalty picture and a paucity of compatible devices means widespread adoption is a long way off.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Apr 2013

2K and 4K Televisions: Will Consumers Show an Interest?

Can 2K and 4K TVs generate the excitement that 3DTVs lacked? Manufacturers hope so. Here's what it will take.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Apr 2013

Commentary: DASH Is Overrated—Enough Already!

The problem MPEG-DASH solves isn't that big a deal, and it's not going to make anyone's life simpler in the short term.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Apr 2013

Adobe Announces General Availability of Adobe Primetime

Long a work in progress, Adobe Primetime is finally ready for business. Comcast and NBC Sports are the first customers.
Online Video News, Posted 10 Apr 2013

Inxpo Offers H.264 Adaptive Streaming for Internal Business Use

HTTP adaptive bitrate H.264 will solve the problem of high-definition streams clogging the network, says Inxpo.
Online Video News, Posted 09 Apr 2013

RealNetworks Helix Broadcaster Brings Encoding and Server Together

Helix Broadcaster offers H.264 encoding and Helix server software on new proprietary hardware, including 1RU, 3RU, and blade configurations
Online Video News, Posted 08 Apr 2013

Google and Nokia Reopen the Video Format Wars

Google pushes WebM use, while Nokia throws up a patent infringement roadblock.
Online Video News, Posted 27 Mar 2013

Why HEVC Is Coming Faster Than You Think

While previous jumps in compression technology have taken years to find adoption, we may see PCs and other devices that can play HEVC files on the market by the end of 2013
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Mar 2013

MPEG-DASH: Struggling for Adoption?

MPEG-DASH, and particularly the DASH264 spec, will help standardize and unify online video delivery, but the move to embrace has been slower going than the hype might suggest
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Mar 2013

MPEG LA and Google Settle: What Does it Mean?

Google has entered into a WebM licensing agreement with MPEG LA, and while the impact on streaming is likely to be small, the implications may be significant for other technologies like WebRTC
Online Video News, Posted 11 Mar 2013

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