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Featured Articles

Eyes on the Enterprise: Sunny Skies Ahead

Business multimedia is finally coming into its own, but we still need to be skeptical of overhyped growth.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2007

Video to Go

These five innovators—Ortiva, Skyward, Transpera, Vizrt, and Harris—are vying for attention in an increasingly crowded mobile space.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2007

Streaming Media Europe: It's About Quality, Not Quantity

London—on its best weather behavior—was the setting for this week’s European event. Though the show is considerably smaller than its U.S. counterparts, the quality of the conference sessions themselves often surpassed what we get stateside.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2007

Flash: Here, There, and Everywhere

The Moviestar engine will power more than Flash playback on the web—much more. At Adobe MAX 2007, the company offered some sneak previews of just how much.
Fri., Oct. 5, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2007

Editor's Note: Is There Anybody Alive Out There?

Like so many other albums, Bruce Springsteen's Magic "leaked" almost a month before its release date, to the chagrin of the record label and the delight of fans. But as people download more content in solitude, either legally or illegally, are we losing out on something more important?
Tues., Oct. 2, by Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Oct 2007

Adobe Media Player Beta Now Available

It's not the full-blown version--it doesn't support H.264, for instance--but Adobe announced the availability of its long-awaited media player at Adobe MAX 2007 in Chicago.
Mon., Oct. 1, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Oct 2007

A Crash Course in Flash Video

If you're not using Flash Video, chances are you soon will be. Here's an overview of what Flash Video is, what it can and cannot do, and why you'd want to choose it over other formats.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Sep 2007

Case Study: IBM Takes Webcasting to the Desktop

IBM has been webcasting for more than a decade. But with the help of IVT Studio, Big Blue is making it accessible to anyone in the organization, from division managers to the C-suite.
Fri., Sept. 21, by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Sep 2007

Second Life Gets . . . A Second Life

Origin Digital’s Odaptor platform serves as underlying technology for Second Life's new, improved video capabilities.
Tues., Sept. 18, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Sep 2007

More Details on Microsoft's VC-1 Ecosystem Emerge at IBC

In addition the introduction of Microsoft's VC-1 SDK, IBC brought big news from the likes of Tarari, Dayport, Thomson,and SyncCast.
Thurs., Sept. 13, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Sep 2007

IBC Demos Reveal Advances Across IPTV Ecosystem

Whether it’s acquisition on solid-state media, encoding, or delivery, streaming in the IPTV space continues to move steadily forward, as proven by announcements from the likes of Digital Rapids, ViewCast, and Akamai.
Mon., Sept. 10, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Sep 2007

IBC Offerings Expand Digital and Streaming Infrastructure for Broadcasters

Whether you’re a traditional broadcaster, a cable giant, or just a video podcaster, something new is waiting for you at this year’s IBC in Amsterdam.
Mon., Sept. 10, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Sep 2007

Adobe Demonstrates Flash Media Server 3, Adobe Media Player, and Cisco Integration at IBC

Ability to stream H.264 and AAC Plus, along with a tie-in to Cisco’s Content Delivery System, reveal more of Adobe’s larger plan to get video to three screens, even if it’s not FLV.
Thurs., Sept. 6, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Sep 2007

Commentary: H.264 Video—The Format of Convergence

H.264 is already supported in virtually every corner of the digital video universe. Now, with big internet players like Adobe, Google, and Apple behind it, H.264 is poised to become the format of convergence where all devices have access to an expanding universe of content available via physical media or high-speed networks.
Tues., Sept. 4, by Charlie Oppenheimer
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Sep 2007

Nokia Breaks Ranks With Network Operators, Targets iPhone/iTunes

The handset manufacturer’s Ovi music portal leverages last year’s Loudeye acquisition to launch music and entertainment ecosystem in Europe and Asia.
Thurs., Aug. 30, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Aug 2007

Vista Network Degradation Bug Linked to Streaming

Notice that your network transfer rate goes down when listening to audio or watching video in Vista? The bad news is you're not alone; the good news is that Microsoft says it's working on a fix.
Wed., Aug. 29, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Aug 2007

A WiMAX Primer

WiMAX might still be unproven on a wide scale, but the trends toward commercializing the technology—global adoption, low hardware prices, large corporate backing and favorable price-performance ratio—are all evident. Here's an introduction to the technology.
Tues., Aug. 28, by Michael Hallinan
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Aug 2007

Case Study: Jyske Bank Serves Espresso, Enterprise Video

With the help of Media Publisher, Envivio, Stratacache, and IBM Services, the Danish bank offers customers a dazzling video experience in addition to more traditional financial services.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Aug 2007

Flash and H.264: Together At Last

Adobe’s latest version of the Flash Player puts two powerful video codecs in a single, integrated platform.
Tues., Aug. 21, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Aug 2007
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