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Kaltura Announces New Video Player, Leads With HTML5

Also, the OVP launches a site where developers and end-users can customize their player experience.
Online Video News, Posted 10 Sep 2013

New DASH-AVC/264 Guidelines Include Support for 1080p Video

Ahead of IBC, the DASH Industry Forum has released version 2 of the DASH-AVC/264 guidelines, moving MPEG-DASH to full HD and multichannel audio, among other improvements
Online Video News, Posted 09 Sep 2013

MSOs Shouldn't Rush to Switch to HEVC

HEVC is no flash in the pan, but until there's a mature ecosystem, MSOs are better off looking at AVC as the next logical step from MPEG-2
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Sep 2013

Telestream Helps Launch Open Source x265/HEVC Project

Company teamed with MulticoreWare to help develop and promote an H.265/HEVC codec, building on the success of the x264 codec, and already claims encouraging data rate reductions for encoding
Online Video News, Posted 04 Sep 2013

Viacom Offers Best Practices for Live Streaming Delivery

A digital workflow specialist explains the finer points of HDS and HLS, while suggesting tips for both.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Aug 2013

Vitec Puts HEVC/H.265 Support in Pro Decoder Card

Professional broadcasters that need to distribute content using the latest standards now have an HEVC option for their end-to-end workflow.
Online Video News, Posted 23 Jul 2013

Paramount Partners with DTS to Offer UltraViolet Surround Sound

When Paramount begins distributing CFF UV titles in the second half of this year, it will use DTS for high-definition audio.
Online Video News, Posted 16 Jul 2013

MPEG-DASH: Making Tracks Toward Widespread Adoption

Despite all the hype, the move to embrace MPEG-DASH and the DASH264 spec has been slow-going. We look at the history of DASH and the roadblocks it faces moving forward.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jul 2013

Commentary: Standards Are Meaningless (Until They Mean Something)

Enough with the new standards. All the talk about HTML5, DASH, and HEVC is mostly hot air, and here's why.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jul 2013

Cutting Through the Hype of HEVC (H.265)

Think HEVC will be in place in the near future? Think again. Here are three myths about the emerging standard and the sobering reality for each.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jul 2013

Elemental Explains the Significance of HEVC/H.265

What makes the HEVC codec the future of online video? At Streaming Media East, Elemental explained it's the bandwidth savings that matter.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jul 2013

MPEG-DASH Industry Forum Releases Implementation Guidelines

The DASH-IF continues move toward interoperability points and even H.265 integration. Publication will follow in mid-July.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jun 2013

Envivio Highlights the Benefits of its Software-Based Approach

At Streaming Media East, Envivio talked HEVC, TV Anytime, and why software solutions are more flexible.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 07 Jun 2013

DASH-AVC/264: Paring Down MPEG-DASH

DASH-IF introduces a leaner, meaner H.264/fMP4 approach, officially called DASH-AVC/264
Online Video News, Posted 21 May 2013

VP9 Is Almost Here, But a Nokia Patent Fight Might Have it DOA

Google plans to release the VP9 codec in less than a month. While it sounds promising, deep-pocketed companies will want to hold off on adoption.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 May 2013

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

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