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Adobe Wallaby is No Magic Bullet for Flash-to-HTML5 Conversion

As much a vision statement as a technology preview, Adobe's Wallaby Flash-to-HTML5 converter doesn't eliminate all the heavy lifting required to get Flash content to play in non-Flash-compatible devices
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Mar 2011

Google Offers WebM Plug-in for IE9

IE9 users can now stream both H.264 and WebM content, with a little help from Google.
Online Video News, Posted 16 Mar 2011

25 H.264 Resources You Might Have Missed

Here's a list of 25 articles, how-tos, production guides, websites, white papers, webinars, presentations, and conferences that can help you cut through the confusion about the H.264 video codec, learn what it is, and start using it for online video.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 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

Navigating HTML5 Video

A look at key developments that shaped the HTML5 platform, as well as practical and technical resources to help you implement HTML5 Video
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2011

Adobe Releases Flash Player 10.3 Beta

The latest Flash Player beta, released only a month after the full version of Flash Player 10.2, offers media measurement, local storage/privacy integration, and acoustic echo cancellation for video chat applications
Online Video News, Posted 09 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

25 HTML5 Video Resources You Might Have Missed

Here's a list of articles, videos, websites, and conferences that can help you better understand the issues surrounding the HTML5 Video tag, as well as the HTML5 specification in general.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Feb 2011

Flash Player on Android: High Performance, Low Battery Drain

Think the Flash Player is a battery-drainer on mobile devices? Not so fast, says a new report.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Feb 2011

Google's WebM to Face Patent Challenge?

Last week, MPEG LA issued a patent pool request, which Google brushed off as "old news"
Featured Articles, Posted 14 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

Microsoft Affirms Commitment to H.264 in IE9

Long blog post seeks to unify the HTML5 video landscape, but ends up inflaming developers.
Online Video News, Posted 02 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

HTML5 Track Coming to Streaming Media East

A fourth track, dedicated exclusively to HTML5, has been added at no additional cost.
Online Video News, Posted 21 Jan 2011

HTML5, the iPad, and the iPhone: What You Need to Know

The world of HTML5 video is fragmented, but a recent webinar explains how content providers can best prepare for it.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jan 2011

What if Google Didn't Drop H.264 in Chrome?

Pundits have pounced on Google for dropping H.264 support in favor of WebM in the Chrome browser. But what if an all-H.264 world isn't all it's cracked up to be?
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jan 2011

Google's Rejection of H.264 in Chrome Means a Unified HTML5 Video Tag is Now a Pipe Dream

Google's attempt to clarify its decision to drop H.264 from Chrome in favor of WebM creates even more questions than it answers
Featured Articles, Posted 17 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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