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…Details
The largest live streaming service, Ustream is strong choice due to its video control options and monetization programs.Details
While Bambuser is easy enough for video newcomers, it lacks configuration and monetization options.Details
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.Details
What video compression geeks do when they have a spare morning and a camcorder (and a friend who can edit).
Most web video producers know that effectively serving video to mobile and other platforms like HTML5 and OTT is increasingly important. However, this is easier said than done. To efficiently deliver to multiple screens, you have to encode your files into the proper formats and parameters, configure your streaming server correctly and deploy an intelligent…Details
I’m at a conference in Las Vegas visiting with the HP workstation group. Great folks, nice hotel, fun meetings, Cirque de Soleil tonight. So all the workstation VPs make their sweep of the dining room last night, saying hello, getting some face time with the various press folks. Some kind of know me; I’ve reviewed…Details
HP Introduces World’s First 27-inch All-in-One Workstation Category-defining HP Z1 workstation allows design professionals to unleash their creativity LAS VEGAS, Feb. 14, 2012 – HP today unveiled the world’s first all-in-one workstation with a 27-inch diagonal display.Designed like no other, the display of the new HP Z1 Workstation snaps open so users can easily swap…Details
Here’s a video from my presentation at Streaming Media West in Los Angeles in November 2011. There’s also a link to the PDF of my Powerpoint slides below. Enjoy.