Udemy Course Updated with Adobe Media Encoder Training

Just a quick note to let you know that I’ve added 16 lectures of Adobe Media Encoder training to my existing course on Udemy, Video Compression for Web, Disc and PC/TV/Console Playback. You can see the modules added below.  I’ve also launched a separate course entitled Mastering the Adobe Media Encoder, which contains only these modules.…

Review: Vidizmo EnterpriseTube

Let me be up front about this. Vidizmo EnterpriseTube is the first corporate YouTube product that I’ve reviewed. So if you’re looking for a comparative analysis detailing how the product stacks up with other options, this, unfortunately,

Producing and Deploying HEVC-Handout and Sample Files

Here’s the description: This session explores the current status of HEVC, identifying existing and announced options for encoding live and on-demand HEVC, and discussing player options in the streaming and OTT markets. Topics explored will include the comparative quality and usability of HEVC encoders, how HEVC quality compares to H.264 at a range of resolutions…

DASH vs. HLS: Request for Comments

Lots of excellent articles on DASH recently; I’m trying to summarize them for a presentation on Multiple Screen Delivery at Streaming Media East. The table below is my attempt to do so, and to compare how easily one can implement DASH as compared to HLS.  I’m looking at the three platforms (desktop, mobile and OTT),…