October 14, 2020
Online Video News
H.264 Still Dominates Streaming Industry, According to Bitmovin Report
The latest Bitmovin Video Developer Report reveals shifts in business models, ad insertion technology, and codec usage
Review: Wirecast Gear 420
In 4 days of testing with multiple severalhour productions, the Wirecast Gear 420 proved stable and responsive even when pushed to the edge.
Solving the OTT Worfklow Puzzle
With so many moving parts in the streaming workflow, are best practices even possible? Five industry leaders share their insights into how to make all of the pieces fit
CMAF and DRM at Hulu, Netflix, and Disney
Netflix's Cyril Concolato, Hulu's Nick Brookins, and Disney's Bill Zurat discuss how the three leading OTT services approach DRM and the role CMAF plays in this clip from their panel at Streaming Media West Connect 2020.
What Low Latency Is and How to Measure It
VideoRx CTO Robert Reinhardt explains what low-latency streaming means in different scenarios and how to measure it from glass to glass in this clip from Streaming Media West Connect 2020.
Are Schools Missing the Podcast Wave?
Podcasts have swelled in popularity. So why aren't more schools and universities riding the rising tide?
The Producer's View
It's Time to Retire PSNR
Peak signal-to-noise ratio is poor predictor of subjective video quality. So why are PSNR comparisons used in almost all codec comparisons?
TVU Networks Launches Turnkey Production Package with Camera Crews and Live Pool Feeds for Broadcasters Looking to Cover U.S. Presidential Race Remotely
TVU Networks has announced a turnkey production package for broadcasters looking to cover the U.S. Presidential 2020 election remotely without sacrificing reporting or technical quality. The package includes: camera crews at various U.S. locations, equipm
Ultra-low Latency Live Streaming Goes Mainstream