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Case Study: Streaming Medical Education to the Mideast

Envivio’s MPEG-4-based Mindshare system lets Cornell’s med school professors teach students in Qatar
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jun 2005

Looking into the Crystal Ball: The Future of Open-Standard Internet Video

At Streaming Media East last month, three industry experts took a look into the crystal ball, and reached different conclusions regarding whether the standards-based H.264 or Microsoft’s proprietary VC1 will win out.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jun 2005

Industry Perspective: Don’t Believe the Hype—MPEG-4 Lives On

While some companies and pundits declare the codec dead, MPEG-4’s proponents get to work on making the most of the possibilities it offers.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 May 2005

Commentary: Macromedia Acquisition Solidifies Adobe’s Position

As the love fades from Adobe’s relationship with Apple, Macromedia’s Web development and video products could give the company a leg up in the creative tools war.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 May 2005

Case Study: The Tax Show for the Tax Pro

The IRS’ Tax Talk Today keeps tax professionals up to speed on the latest regulations. For the streaming industry, it provides a textbook example of service-provider synergy.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 May 2005

NAB 2005: Feet Don’t Fail Me Now

With a larger provider presence, smaller hardware, and more buzz about VC-1 and H.264, NAB has become a must-visit show.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Apr 2005

Speedera and Macromedia Partner for Secure Flash Video Delivery

Bypassing DRM, companies hope to simplify content protection for both live and on-demand video and audio.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2005

Raising the Video Streaming Quality Bar

Joe Kane's Digital Video Essentials Professional is designed to help A/V pros calibrate displays. Along the way, it so happens that he’s helping increase the quality of Windows Media and H.264 for the entire streaming industry.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Mar 2005

Microsoft Settles Burst.com Lawsuit

The $60 million settlement fee is lower than many had expected, and the agreement may make it difficult for Burst to pursue future licenses.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Mar 2005

Vlogging Takes Streamed Content to the Next Level

In the aftermath of the tsunami tragedy, video blogs have become familiar and gained respectability. Now, with tools like Serious Magic’s Vlog It!, it’s only a matter of time until they become another powerful tool for enterprise communications.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Feb 2005

ISMA Releases Next Link in Content Delivery Chain

Specification 2.0, based on H.264, is but one of several initiatives designed to create industry-wide standards.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jan 2005

News Analysis: Too Much, Too Soon?

As Optibase shifts its focus back to network and streaming products, whither Media 100? It's a stark switch from the compay's public stance six months ago.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jan 2005

H.264 Begins Its Ascent

To quote Mark Twain, reports of the codec's demise are premature. If anything, H.264 is just beginning to gain traction.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jan 2005

Industry Perspectives: Finding the Bitrate Sweet Spot

When using MPEG formats in business communications, the biggest challenge can be arriving at the best compromise between compression and quality.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Dec 2004

Videophones, Round 3: Finally as easy as picking up the phone?

A batch of recent announcements and upcoming CES product announcements suggest that videophones just might be ready for their closeup.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Dec 2004

Case Study: IBM "Flashes Up" eNewsletter

When IBM realized that its HTML-based IT newsletter wasn't getting the job done, the company looked to ForwardView to provide Interactivity.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Dec 2004

Industry Perspectives: Emerging Video Apps Need Programmability and Flexibility

A major problem for equipment manufacturers is that their products don’t meet existing video encoding standards, much less accommodate emerging standards. Hence, two major requirements for the successful deployment of new digital video equipment are software programmability and system flexibility.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2004

Case Study: Smarter Transportation with Network Video Appliances

Departments of Transportation in more and more states are monitoring their highways via streaming video, integrating digital video surveillance and monitoring systems into Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Nov 2004

Case Study: Champions for Effective Communication

General Mills' streaming media portal brings together a large workforce.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Oct 2004

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