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DVEO: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions

Laszlo Zoltan, Vice President of DVEO Division of Computer Modules, Inc., predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Sponsored Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2016

EuclidIQ: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions

Richard Wingard, CEO of EuclidIQ, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Sponsored Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2016

Osprey Video: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions

Roger Bieri, General Manager of Osprey Video, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Sponsored Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2016

Sonic Foundry: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions

In this article and video interview, Sean Brown, Senior Vice President of Sonic Foundry, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Sponsored Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2016

Wowza: 2016 Online Video Industry Predictions

In this article and video interview, David Stubenvoll, CEO & Co-Founder of Wowza Media Systems, predicts what's coming in 2016 for the online video industry
Sponsored Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2016

Windows 10 and Its Impact on the Media Ecosystem

This session discusses what the Windows 10 adoption might look like, what new features will be of interest to consumers, and how it enables a deeper intelligence in the apps we use to watch our content.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Feb 2016

Brightcove Updates Video Player to Version 5, Eliminates Flash

It's finally time to put Flash to rest, says Brightcove. Its newly released player promises faster loading times and reduced processor use.
Online Video News, Posted 09 Feb 2016

Real World Comparisons of H.265 and H.264 Compression

In this session, learn if and how H.265 compression and deployment options can be used in typical online streaming workflows, and, more importantly, if your target audiences can benefit.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2016

The Future of 4K and Ultra HD on Streaming Services

This panel features senior experts from content owners, studios, technology providers and service operators who give their individual perspectives on how ultra HD will scale across the industry and the evolution of the viewing experience within the next 5 years.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2016

How to Choose the Best Streaming Player for the Right Device

With so many devices, browsers and operating systems in the market, companies are often left with confusing choices when it comes to their video players.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Feb 2016

Technicolor Withdraws from the HEVC Advance Patent Pool

Is this an isolated event or the start of something big? Will it lead to a royalty decrease? And what does it mean for the streaming industry?
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Feb 2016

HEVC Revisited: Status, Justification and ROI in 2016

This talk presents the current state of the HEVC market in terms of point solutions within the end-to-end workflow. It dives deeply into discussing newly emerging challenges, and translates those into implications for HEVC's value proposition.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Feb 2016

How to Encode Live and On-Demand Video Using HEVC

This session explores the current status of HEVC, identifying options for encoding live and on-demand video using HEVC and discussing player options in the streaming and OTT markets.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Feb 2016

Emerging Streaming Technologies: H.265, VP9, WebM, DASH, HTML5, and WebRTC

Our panel dives into major codec and format questions, helping you decipher which technologies are here to stay and which should be forgotten.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Feb 2016

H.264 and HLS Reign in Online Video, Finds Encoding.com Report

Encoding.com's annual report shows that H.264's solid lead is growing, while HLS is dominant in adaptive streaming. Flash Video will be gone in two years.
Online Video News, Posted 27 Jan 2016

Leaping Into 2016: What Still Needs to Be Solved in Streaming

Three items for the online video industry's to-do list: Challenges for optimization, latency, and encoding that can be fixed in the short term.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Jan 2016

Life After Flash: Will Producers Move to HLS, DASH, or Both?

While it's clear that Flash's time is coming to an end, it's less clear what will replace it. A survey shows DASH support, but its real-world use is around one percent.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jan 2016

CES '16: The GIVE Project Aims to Push HTML5 Video Forward

An all-star lineup of video powerhouses creates a working group to advance HTML5 video, and announces its intentions in a CES panel.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jan 2016

CES '16: Cisco Delivers For Shaw's New FreeRange App

Cisco expands its video solutions offerings with Infinite Broadcast and Open Media Distribution, a cloud-ready CDN platform that Shaw Communications is using for its just-announced FreeRange mobile service
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2016

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