Streaming production

Webinar: Setting Bitrate Control and Keyframe Parameters

Click to the article to watch the webinar on this website, and download the presentation, or click the YouTube icon on the bottom of the player to watch on YouTube, where you'll be able to add comments.

Configuring Your Streaming Video, Video, Handout and Transcript

I just finished the webinar, Configuring Your Streaming Video, which covers (most importantly) the concept of bits per pixel. You can view the webinar, download the handout and read the transcript by clicking over to the article. There's also a full description of the material covered in the webinar.

Indiana University to use Multiple Screen Delivery as textbook

Got a nice email this morning from Dr. Edgar Huang, an Associate Professor at the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Specifically, he informed me that he was adopting Producing Streaming Video...

Comcast Sent Me a Video - It was My Invoice!

I recently signed up for Comcast broadband and just got my first invoice-in the form of a custom video. Pretty cool idea given that broadband users run the gamut from tech-savvy to technology laggards, and the bill lays the charges out in a very clea...

Jan Ozer to Instruct Poynter Webinar on Multiple Screen Delivery

I'll be teaching a webinar for the Poynter News University on Thurday, July 18 at 2:00 PM EST. The title is How to Make Video Play Across Multiple Screens, and that describes the content. The course is entry level by design, so won't get bogged down ...

First Amazon Review for Multiscreen Delivery Book - 5 Stars!

Portland Community College multimedia instructor Seth Bloombaum likes Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Stream Delivery so much that he's using it in an upcoming course scheduled for this fall. He also took the time to write a 5-star review on A...

When Will the HEVC Royalty Picture Clear Up: Apparently No Time Soon

Motivated by their perception of being short-changed in H.264 royalty revenues, HEVC/H.265 intellectual property (IP) owners seem to be in no hurry to formulate a cohesive and rational royalty policy, delaying the very royalties that they covet.  I...

How I spent the First Half of 2013

Streaming Learning Center has been quiet for the last few months. Primarily, that relates to getting two large projects done, and making two presentations. The two projects were two books, Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Screen Delivery, an...

Jan Ozer: Opening Act, NAB 2013

I was the opening act for NAB 2013, speaking at at 8:00 AM on Saturday morning for the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE). The talk was on Producing for Multiple Screen Delivery and a surprisingly enthusiastic group of around 300+ broadcast engineers showed up despite the hour (you can download the handout below). Not to boast, but I'll share a post-talk email from John Poray, the Executive Director of the SBE, who stated, "Our thanks to you! You provided a great opening for our programming. Tough to get people out at 8 am on a Saturday in LV but you garnered the largest opening crowd we’ve had since we started doing this in 1995."

Click over the main article to download the handout.

From Russia With Love

R1.jpgIn March, I visited Moscow to speak at the Connected TV Forum. You can read about the trip and download the handouts by clicking over to the main article.