July 27, 2011
Online Video News
Elemental to Provide Video Processing for Comcast Xfinity
The video processing company will work jointly with thePlatform to serve Comcast's growing needs with mobile devices.
CollegeHumor Partners with Nintendo to Provide 3D Humor
Deal has the popular humor site creating five pilots for the handheld gaming system.
Ogilvy & Mather Creates Online Video Division
Advanced Video Practice will focus on creating, marketing, and measuring interactive video experiences.
Cisco, RealNetworks, Adobe, Harmonic: Adaptive Streaming and HTTP
Learn how to use HTTP delivery and adaptive bitrate streaming to give viewers the strongest experience possible.
Forget the Fractured Landscape: H.264 Makes Encoding Easier
While the playing field might seem complex, using a common codec actually makes desktop and mobile encoding simpler.
Apple OS X Lion Includes QuickTime Upgrades
Apple's built-in video player gains the ability to merge multiple clips and export an audio file.
How the iPhone Is Transforming Reporting at the New York Times.
Apple's popular smartphone is making it easy for reporters to capture video, and they don't need training to use it.
Total Webcasting Releases Latest Version of TAM
Total Webcasting has released the latest version of TAM™ with new features and enhancements.
Steelbox Formally Introduces Comprehensive Video Management Solution
Unique SteelSwitch video appliance powers digital video management beyond conventional limits
ViewCast Doubles its Streaming Media Processing Power With the Introduction of the Niagara 7550
New Niagara streaming media appliance delivers high-quality high-definition performance for professional broadcasting applications