Choosing a live streaming encoding tool used to be simple: You typically would encode a single stream for delivery to your desktop viewers, and budget was the most important buying criteria. When buying today, of course, you’ve almost certainly expanDetails
Windows 8 might be taking off more slowly than Microsoft had hoped, but for video producers, it’s still another OS and browser to reckon with. Here’s what you need to know to make sure your videos play on Windows 8 devices.Details
If you’re in the market for a portable video encoder/transmitter, you should consider the LiveGear Airstream from Vislink. It’s mobile and easy to use, and it employs predictive forward error correction and adaptive bitrate H.264 encoding to reliablyDetails
In this tutorial, I demonstrate how you can use the Neat Video plug-in to remove noise from video, improving output quality for all outputs.
I review the key features of the update and conclude: So where does this release leave Final Cut Pro X in the great panoply of professional editors? When first released, FCPX had serious deficits that simply prevented many producers from using the product. As many detractors crowed, it was more iMovie Pro than FCPX. If…Details
Here’s the intro: Though relatively few websites are required to provide closed captions for their videos, any website with significant video content should consider captioning. Not only does it provide access for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers, but captions and the associated metadata can dramatically improve video search engine optimization. In this introduction to closed captions,…Details
Here’s the seminar description: Encoding Video for HTML5: Learn the technological fundamentals behind encoding both H.264 and WebM formats for playback with the HTML5 tag. Learn the basics of H.264 and WebM encoding and how to produce it for HTML5 distribution. In addition, see how the various H.264 and WebM encoding tools compare in regard…Details