Posts tagged as: HTML 5

Apple Music Event to Stream Live Over H L5

Apple in a pre music event surprise  said  that it would stream its music event tomorrow through HTML5. The option will use the open HTTP Live Streaming format  but will require  either iOS 3.0 or Mac OS X Snow Leopard  or better to watch. So it looks like Windows iPod fans or those or us […]

Panvidea Supports WebM Open Media Project

Panvidea, a global leader in on-demand video encoding, preparation, processing and distribution for entertainment and advertising content across any digital platform, has today announced broad and comprehensive support for Google’s new WebM project. The new WebM open web media format, based on the VP8 open source video codec, is immediately available to all users of […]

MPEG-LA Permanently Removes Royalties on H.264 for Web Video

The MPEG-LA video standards group  has revised its AVC License to permanently exempt free H.264 and AVC video Internet use from any royalties. It had previously planned to start charging companies for streaming H.264 at the start of 2016 but now will allow free use indefinitely as long as viewers aren’t charged. Paid video, as […]

Firefox 4 Beta 4 Goes Live

Mozilla today posted   Firefox 4 beta 4. This version is the first to implement Panorama tabs, the final version of Tab Candy. A combination of virtual desktops and Apple’s Expose, Panorama creates sets of tabs and provides a glimpse at each set with thumbnails for each. It also features  Sync, a cross-computer sync service. […]

Vimeo Goes HTML 5 with New Universal Player

Vimeo launched an HTML5-based video playback site at the beginning of the year, but it is now enabling users to embed its videos with a new  Universal Player that can detect the viewer’s client and provide optimized video that is compatible with it. Embedded Vimeo videos previously required Adobe Flash for playback. Using the new […]

YouTube Tests Flash, H L5 Simultaneous Video Embeds

YouTube today started testing a new form of embedding code that would support both Flash and HTML5. Using iframes, the site will either use the Flash plugin or switch to HTML5 depending on the browser and device. It will only force Flash when the video requires features HTML5 can’t yet handle, such as ad overlays. […]

Mobile Marketing CAGR at Least 40% to 2015

In 2009, well under half a billion dollars were spent on mobile marketing and advertising. Over the five years to the end of 2015, that expenditure will grow at a compound annual rate of more than 40%, according to estimates from ABI Research. This robust growth will be fostered by several factors. According to mobile […]

CBS to Support HTML5 Video for iPad Owners by Fall

iPad owners should have access to all of the web videos available on CBS.com by the start of the fall TV season, says Anthony Soohoo, the senior VP of CBS Interactive. Right now only a few clips are in the HTML5 format which is required for iPad users to watch the videos. The CBS announcement […]

WWDC 2010 Will be June 7th through 11th

Apple has   announced the schedule for the 2010 Worldwide Developers Conference. The event will be held June 7th through the 11th at Moscone West in San Francisco.   As in the past few years, the focus is shifting more and more away from the Mac to the iPhone, and now the iPad.   Developers […]

Microsoft Working on Streaming Silverlight Video for iPhone

Microsoft has demonstrated Silverlight video streaming for the iPhone, according to reports. The technology relies on server-side transcoding and H L 5’s video tag, but displays Silverlight content in a native MPEG-2 format recognized by the iPhone’s version of QuickTime. “So it’s the same IIS smooth streaming content, the same server, the same point of […]

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