With implications for digital video professionals and web developers alike, CS3 offers major updates to just about every Adobe product, including Mac compatibility on almost all of them. Here’s a high-level look at the biggest product launch in the company’s history.
Tues., Mar. 27, by Tim Siglin
Posted 27 Mar 2007
CBS hopes to surpass last year's surprise success of 2006 March Madness On Demand with increased capacity, better video, and a richer user experience.
Wed., Mar. 14, by Geoff Daily
Posted 14 Mar 2007
The quiet release last month of Flash Media Encoder was exciting enough for Flash devotees. But, according to Adobe, the real excitement is yet to come, as future products and partnerships expand FME's presence and power.
Mon., Mar. 12, by Geoff Daily
Posted 11 Mar 2007
FME is an easy to use encoding tool which does what it says on the box, so to speak: it enables even non-technical users to capture and broadcast live Flash Video streams in VP6 quality.
Fri., Mar. 2, by Stefan Richter
Posted 02 Mar 2007
The latest outlaw download service to go legit, BitTorrent banks on a combination of its P2P distribution and Windows Media DRM to make it a serious player in the premium online video distribution space.
Tues., Feb. 27, by Geoff Daily
Posted 27 Feb 2007
A comprehensive look at how you can get the most out of the various flavors of Windows Media Audio and Video.
Wed., Feb. 20, by Ben Waggoner
Posted 21 Feb 2007
This article strives to codify the most important best practices to get the optimum Windows Media encode, whatever the source and delivery environment.
Posted 15 Feb 2007
SlingMedia, Sony, and Microsoft all announced products or initiatives to free streaming video from the PC and deliver it to other devices, while a portion of the stream of Bill Gates’ keynote was interrupted to protect intellectual property.
Mon., Jan. 8, by Tim Siglin
Posted 08 Jan 2007
New tools for video encoding and management, as well as cross-platform rich media integration, show renewed commitment to video in Redmond.
Mon., Dec. 4, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Posted 04 Dec 2006
If you produce streaming video, Squeeze 4.5 is a product you need to download and try, even if you’re completely satisfied with your current workflow and encoding tools.
Mon., Nov. 27, by Jan Ozer
Posted 27 Nov 2006
To squeeze out the most bang for the bit out of the new version of Windows Media, there are a number of registry key settings that can be used to change the codecs’ behavior dramatically.
Mon., Nov. 20, by Ben Waggoner
Posted 20 Nov 2006
We contacted six organizations that make extensive use of streaming media, whether for internal communications or for consumer delivery. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Accenture, the state of Montana, DL.TV, blip.tv, and ESPN.com were all kind enough to share with us the decision-making processes behind their streaming video implementations, as well as the reasons behind their choices of video formats.
Posted 15 Nov 2006
Flix Publisher puts processing load on content creator's machine, easing the burden on websites.
Wed., Nov. 1, by Lisa Larson
Posted 01 Nov 2006
Easier to use than Audition but nearly as powerful, Adobe’s new audio software sets its sights on streaming video producers and Flash developers.
Mon., Oct. 30, by Tim Siglin
Posted 30 Oct 2006
Adobe’s recent acquisition of Serious Magic is good news for current Adobe video customers, and bodes well for streaming users. And while Adobe’s thinking about acquisitions, here are some other companies it might be considering.
Wed., Oct. 25, by Tim Siglin
Posted 25 Oct 2006
What's New in Windows Media
Posted 06 Oct 2006
Company admits information was missing from the Squeeze Compression Suite user agreement, but says it didn’t foresee the product being used by user-generated encoding services.
Mon., Oct. 2, by Lisa Larson
Posted 02 Oct 2006
Adobe puts Macromedia technologies to good use in the recently-released Captivate 2 and Acrobat 8 products.
Sun., Sept. 24, by Tim Siglin
Posted 24 Sep 2006
All’s quiet on the Flash Video front, at least as far as Adobe’s public statements go. In fact, it was Sorenson Squeeze and newcomer WowzaTV that grabbed much of the attention at the latest Flashforward show.
Posted 19 Sep 2006