We’ve heard much doom and gloom about Flash for the last few months, much of it due to Adobe’s clumsy handling of their withdrawal from Android. Now Fabio Sonnati, an insightful and well-connected Flash consultant, is seeing some upside for the Flash platform. In a post entitled Market Repositioning of Flash Begins, Sonati reviews the…
When it comes to choosing the right equipment for producing online video, it all starts with the camera. DSLR or Camcorder? We help you decide.
Looking to light that CEO talk or customer testimonial? You’ll get what you pay for. Here’s what to look for in lighting kits, and a chart comparing five leading options.
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From the operating system to the graphics card, here is all you need to know to buy the best workstation for your budget.
Adaptive streaming is the ideal way to deliver video content online. Here’s how to do it right.
The largest live streaming service, Ustream is strong choice due to its video control options and monetization programs.
On Wednesday, February 8, 2012, I had a chance to guest lecture for Prof. Joeseph Citta’s class New Media – Reel Delivery: Design for Media Distribution at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Rather than recycle some old presentations, I decid
While Bambuser is easy enough for video newcomers, it lacks configuration and monetization options.
Part one of our four-part series on live video streaming services: While lacking some e-commerce tools offered by competitors, Livestream is still a top contender. Plus: a video preview of Livestream changes.