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Envivio Partners with 1 Mainstream for Cloud End-to-End Solution

The turnkey service is designed to help larger companies create event-specific apps and services, or help smaller companies create a presence.
Online Video News, Posted 08 Apr 2014

Microsoft, Adobe, and DASH: The State of the Union

With the rise of MPEG-DASH and the NAB-related announcements from both Microsoft and Adobe on the topic, we sat down with both companies to discuss the status of DASH support as well as their legacy ABR protocols, Smooth Streaming and HDS
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Apr 2014

The State of MPEG-DASH Deployment

MPEG-DASH is slowly but surely becoming the main competitor to HLS, driven by adoption by major players and intrinsic strengths. Here's who's using it now, who's going to be soon, and what challenges still need to be addressed.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Apr 2014

Brightcove Talks Advanced Video Format Support at NAB

By adding support for broadcast video formats to Zencoder, Brightcove aims to help more organizations move to cloud workflows.
Online Video News, Posted 07 Apr 2014

Akamai Appeals to Hollywood Studios at NAB 2014

Studios can now transcode and apply DRM in one step, thanks to partnerships with Irdeto and BuyDRM, and upload quickly with Aspera.
Online Video News, Posted 07 Apr 2014

Encoding.com, Harmonic Offer Broadcast-Quality Cloud Transcoding

Harmonic customers can use a pure-cloud workflow or send files to cloud transcoders when needed.
Online Video News, Posted 07 Apr 2014

Elemental to Test 4K HEVC MPEG-DASH in NAB Demo with Akamai

The software video processing developer powers half a dozen 4K demos at NAB, is partnering with Ericsson EVE, and claims to be the fastest growing vendor around
Online Video News, Posted 05 Apr 2014

Apple Changes Encoding Recommendations for HLS

Modifications to audio recommendations and segment size simplify things for producers across the board
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2014

A Buyer’s Guide to Field Encoders 2014

A wealth of options makes for tough choices. Here are the questions you need to ask to make sure you choose wisely.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Apr 2014

Ooyala and Microsoft Announce Partnership for IP Video Services

Also, Ooyala releases Q4 2013 Global Video Index, charting the rise of mobile viewing and long-form sports content.
Online Video News, Posted 31 Mar 2014

Front Porch and Telestream Partner for Transcoding-as-a-Service

Lynx customers will enjoy elastic private cloud transcoding when the service debuts sometime later this year.
Online Video News, Posted 26 Mar 2014

A Buyer’s Guide to Cloud Encoders

Here's what you need to know before you take your encoding to the cloud. (Hint: It's not about video quality.)
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Mar 2014

A Buyer’s Guide to Live Encoders

Considering producing a live event? Read this to learn the different live encoder categories, as well as the features to look for before buying.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Mar 2014

How to Encode Video for HLS Delivery

If you need to deliver to mobile devices and via OTT platforms, you need to deliver HTTP Live Streaming (HLS). Apple provides plenty of advice for compressionists, but here are some tips and tricks for encoding and testing your HLS files
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Mar 2014

What to Look for in an Enterprise-Class Video Encoder

When desktop encoders aren't powerful enough and online encoders are too slow, go with an enterprise encoder. Here's how to make a buying decision.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Feb 2014

Telestream Now Offering HEVC Encoding Using x265 Codec

Debuting the first commercial product using the x265 codec, Telestream credits the work of the global open source community.
Online Video News, Posted 04 Feb 2014

How to Choose a Cloud Encoder

Why encode video in the cloud, and what types of encoding services should companies consider? This presentation has all the answers.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jan 2014

Evaluation Crowns FFmpeg the King of the H.264 Encoders

FFmpeg might be a free download, but there's still a cost that goes with it. Robert Reinhardt explains why this encoder isn't right for every company.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Jan 2014

How to Produce High-Quality H.264 Video Files

It's time for an H.264 tune-up. Lean how choose the right encoding tool and optimize H.264 encodes for ideal quality and device compatibility.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jan 2014

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