check out how YouTube is producing their H.264
describes multiple techniques for adding video to a web page.
Wow! Another year has passed. And so it’s time for another round of
encoding tool updates. In this roundup, I’ll compare the output
quality, speed, and codec-related feature set of the most prominent
crop of sub-$1,000 encoders and pro
This article compares the CPU required to play VC-1, H.264 and VP6 streams.
Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Suite 4 (CS4) is out and shipping in all its glory. You’ve probably heard lots about it. In this review, I’ll pull the major points together and review CS4’s new features within the workflow of a typical project, from preproduction planning to rendering and authoring. First, some housekeeping details. Premiere Pro…
More prospect are watching product videos before buying, which presents an opportunity for retailers and videographers.
This article is a drama showing just how far a man will go to prove that he’s right (or perhaps, not wrong). What’s in it for you besides the guilty pleasure of reading a desperate nail-biter? It’s called stealth learning. Hidden in the suspenseful plotline are some invaluable lessons about shooting for streaming, ways in…
To me, YouTube has been like the proverbial elephant; my impression depended upon where I touched it. Before I touched it at all, I dismissed the site as grist for those with too much time on their hands. Then, after a magical night sampling rock
This article details codec usage, and the resolution, data rate, and frame rate used by many of the top sites on the Internet.
Streaming 101 defines file-related
terms like bandwidth, frame rate, data rate and resolution, and then delivery
options like streaming and progressive download. This article describes codecs and streaming architectures, and then common