Streaming is still only a fraction of total video watched, even post-COVID lockdown. What happens when it's the de facto method for delivering video content? Will the existing CDN approaches be enough to handle the next phase of streaming growth?
It's time to "level up" your video instruction strategies. Here are a few concepts to rally around to help you do so.
In a world dominated by streaming, cinemas still offer the optimal viewing experience for movies. OTT will never replace that.
Peak signal-to-noise ratio is poor predictor of subjective video quality. So why are PSNR comparisons used in almost all codec comparisons?