HTML5 an inexpensive, easy-to-implement technology for distributing video to desktop and mobile viewers, particularly if you incorporate Flash fallback, so older computers without HTML5-compatible browsers can still play the video. If you’d like to learn more about what HTML5 can do for you and how to implement it, attend the webinar. Below is a more…Details
This blog is primarily focused on streaming, but many professional steaming producers also edit, or have someone on their team who edits. For this reason, I wanted to mention that I have written the Adobe Premiere Pro CC Visual QuickStart Guide for Peachpit, and that many readers are finding it a very valuable resource. Specifically,…Details
You can watch the webinar on this page, or click the YouTube icon on the bottom of the player to watch on YouTube, where you’ll be able to add comments.
Thursday September 26, 2013; 2:00-2:30 PM EST
HEVC is the next-gen compression technology lauded as the enabler for a host of new services and capabilities. I discuss the historical development of HEVC and its technical underpinnings in my article “What Is HEVC (H.265)?” This article focuses on how quickly the average streaming producer needs to start thinking about HEVC. According to…Details
This week, Telestream announced the availability of an open source H.265 (HEVC) encoder, co-founded and managed by MulticoreWare Inc. I had a chance to speak with Telestream CTO Shawn Carnahan about the venture.Details
This web page was created to accompany the webinar, Fundamentals of H.264 Encoding, produced on September 4, 2013. It includes sample files assessing the quality of output produced using the Baseline, Main and High profiles. The problem on the table is this; if you produce a set of adaptive files for mobile distribution, you must…Details
Transcript This webinar was held on September 4, 2013. You can click here to register and view the archived event. Learn the basics of H.264 encoding while standing on one leg (well, in 30 minutes, you can assume any position that you’d like). Click here to register; description below. Who this free seminar is for:…Details