Cutting Through the Hype of HEVC (H.265)
While HEVC probably will serve as the successor to MPEG-4, many myths surround the technology and the rate at which it will be deployed. In reality, the mainstream market is not yet ready for HEVC -- it’s still a few years away.
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Choosing an Enterprise-Class Video Encoder
This session discusses factors to consider when choosing on- demand enterprise video encoding systems from the likes of Digital Rapids, Elemental, Harmonic, Sorenson, and Telestream.
Instagram vs. Vine: Hands On With Social Video Apps
The social video app battle between Facebook’s Instagram and Twitter’s Vine is more than just a distraction for early adopters. Major brands and companies are using these tools to launch products, market services, and tell their stories.
Building an Open Source DASH-AVC/264 Player
In this presentation, learn about the architecture of the dash.js player, how it works with IE and Chrome, and how you can use it in your own projects. We also discuss the governance model of the project, its future road map and how to contribute.
Using Google Glass to Capture and Publish Videos
Google Glass can make the creation of video content for business, education, and entertainment easy for all people who want to communicate simply and quickly. This presentation looks at Glass and its capabilities, and discusses best practices.
Requirements for TV Everywhere Enablement
This panel discussion by members of the Open Authentication Technology Committee (OATC) provides an insight into how authorization will be critical to future TVE implementations.