Recent Posts tagged with HTML5

Potential Rise of HTML5 Highlights Streaming Media East

This year’s Streaming Media East show was dominated by talk of the seemingly inevitable rise of HTML5 as well as the need to deliver video to multiple devices without having to encode for each individually. Other highlights — both on the exhibit floor and in the conference rooms at the New York Hilton this week […]  More

Adobe CS 5.5 Hits the Streets with New HTML5, Flash Features

Adobe Systems has officially released the Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 product family, featuring notable advances in HTML5 and Flash authoring. Creative Suite 5.5 products also include new features for video production and editing. Finally, Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 delivers new capabilities in the area of digital publishing. With Creative Suite 5.5 content authors worldwide can […]  More

MLBAM’s Inzerillo on the Future of Live Video Streaming

As senior vice president of multimedia and distribution at MLB Advanced Media, Joe Inzerillo has played a key role in MLB’s leap to the forefront of the live-streaming-video landscape. The league’s platform has consistently stayed ahead of the curve in the rapidly changing world of live sports streaming, and several other leagues have looked […]  More

5 Things You Need To Know About HTML5

At this week’s Streaming Media East 2010 in New York City, much of the discussion centered on the future of HTML5 and its immediate and long-term effects on the video-streaming community. Many view HTML5, the latest proposed version of the language used to construct Web pages, as the long-desired solution to the severely fragmented state […]  More

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