Entries from Manifest Tech Blog tagged with 'Web'

Video Encoding by the Numbers by Jan Ozer

Jan Ozer's new book, Video Encoding by the Numbers: Eliminate the Guesswork from Your Streaming Video, is a wonderful resource for anyone doing video compression, from beginner to advanced. The book packages up Ozer's deep knowledge and experience into a...

AVC, HVEC, and AV1 from Streaming Media East

One big theme of the recent Streaming Media East Conference in New York was AVC vs. HVEC -- The contest to anoint the successor to AVC / H.264 as the next-gen defacto "standard" video format. It turns out that if...

Be a Webcam Pro -- Jan Ozer's Mastering Webcam and Smartphone Video

We're definitely in the age of video, where you can set up a smartphone and start communicating across the globe -- participating in web conferences and producing your own webinars. But these are not amateur activities, not just point and...

Jan Ozer's Updates on Streaming Media

Jan Ozer returned to the Streaming Media East conference in New York this May and provided his annual update on the latest streaming video technologies and techniques. Ozer has kindly once again made his presentations available for download --...

Jan Ozer on Streaming Video - Now as an iBook

Jan Ozer's new book, Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Screen Delivery (see earlier post), is now available from the Apple iBookstore for savoring on your iPad. Just search for Ozer in the iBooks app on your iPad, or check...

Jan Ozer on Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Screen Delivery

Jan Ozer has done it again with his new book, Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Screen Delivery -- providing fundamentals, technical details, and extensive practical guidance on how to prepare video for today's world, with a profusion of delivery...

Streaming Media East Wrap - HTML5

The Streaming Media East conference has wrapped in New York. The buzzwords at the exhibition and presentations were similar to last year -- content management, mobile, playback on any device, live streaming -- but with even more emphasis on...

Streaming Media East 2012 in New York

The Streaming Media East conference is back in New York for the 2012 edition. It's held at the New York Hilton Hotel in the heart of the city (6th Ave. between West 53rd and 54th Streets). While there's lots...

Adobe Premiere Elements Goes To 10

The tenth edition of Adobe's best-selling consumer video and photo editing products, Premiere Elements 10 and Photoshop Elements 10, continues Adobe's focus on providing deep technical power to create impressive results, but packaged behind a friendly interface and extensive...

Jan Ozer on Video Compression for Flash, Apple Devices and HTML5

If you're making video and sharing it online or on iPhones / iPads / iPods then you need Jan Ozer's new book, Video Compression for Flash, Apple Devices and HTML5. Ozer is best known for his profusion of articles...

Jan Ozer at Streaming Media East

The Streaming Media East conference is back in New York this week, with some 60 exhibitors and the conference program featuring some 120 speakers in 36 programs (see post from last year). Special features this year include a conference...

Logitech Video Calling with HD Webcams

Apple has just extended its FaceTime video calling application from the iPhone to the Mac -- although it's still not available for Windows. Meanwhile, Logitech is pursuing a different approach with ts own simple video calling application -- Logitech Vid...

Logitech Revue with Google TV

Google is expanding to the set-up with the announcement of Google TV last week. As you might expect, Google has a search-centric view of TV, and this new expansion builds nicely on its Android strategy for mobile devices. But the...

Adobe Premiere Elements 9 for Video Editing Enthusiasts

Adobe has released version 9 of its top-selling consumer applications, Premiere Elements for video editing and Photoshop Elements for photo editing. The big news for Elements 9 is the full availability of both products on the Macintosh platform, in...

Apple iPods Reimagined: 2010 Edition

It's back to school time for kids, but for the consumer electronics industry it's already time to ramp up for the holiday season. So it's not surprising that Apple has announced its annual September update to the iPod line (see...

The Apple iPhone 4 is a Video Phone

It's June, and time for the next generation Apple iPhone 4. Some of the surprise may be missing this year, but it's fascinating to see how Apple has redefined this product -- originally as an iPod music phone, then...

Dan Rayburn on the Streaming Media Market and Pricing

The streaming media market can be heinously confusing when you're trying to evaluate all the different options, from core video technologies to streaming service providers. But there aren't many markets whose customers are better served than by a flagship publication...

Jan Ozer on Producing and Encoding Streaming Web Video

Do you want to shoot or encode streaming media for the Web, to view on computers, or on mobile devices including the iPhone and iPad? Then your go-to guy is Jan Ozer, who has been shooting, editing, and delivering video...

Google Translate on Android - Cloud Processing

The Google Android platform is focused on smartphones as cloud devices, integrating with online services like Gmail and Google Contacts and Calendar. But it also integrates with the cloud at a deeper level, with Google back-end services like voice input...

Google Maps Updated on Android - with Multi-Touch

Google Maps for Mobile has been updated on Android phones to version 3.4 (see Google blog post), with several interesting features: - Personalized suggestions - Suggests places that you've previously searched for on other Google services (remembered though your...

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