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FOMS 2015 Report Back

FOMS 2015 took place last Friday in Brussels, Belgium at mudo-b. It was a great workshop meeting where open media developers and advocates gathered to discuss shared challenges in multi-screen media delivery. Representatives from key web player projects like video.js, jwplayer and kaltura player hashed out plans for improving cross player accessibility conventions. We also

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What’s Next for HTML5 Video? Join our Talk at OSCON 2014

Sharing the excitement from floor of OSCON 2014, Kaltura’s Director of Playback Experience and Video Monetization, Michael Dale talks about Kaltura, open source and his OSCON talk about what’s happening with web video standards and html5. Be sure to visit Michael’s OSCON 2014 talk – HTML5 Video Part Deux; New Opportunities and New Challenges and

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Test Driven Learning Begets Test Driven Development

Like most developers, I was approached by my management to “Make Something Work” without having any prior experience.  The job was to connect our Plone/Zope content management system to Kaltura, so web content editors could seamlessly upload and edit video content and metadata that is managed by the KMC.  It wasn’t hard to find the

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Introducing KIPP – Kaltura Install Made Simple.

The installation of Kaltura, just like the platform itself, went through a lot of metamorphosis over the years. Over the years, we invested many resources at making Kaltura the best media management platform. Featuring grand batch system, complex metadata engine, robust entitlements, simplified video transcoding and more. Alas, built on many different technologies, the installation

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Playing DRM Content in Native Applications (Video)

  DRM (Digital Rights Management) is an important tool for premium and private content. The need for enforcing content license terms and for ensuring control over content monetization is of major concern when coming to provide an online media service that is available in an over-the-top / multi-platform environment. To help clients delivery to these

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Will HTML5 Force Apple’s Hand Over Online Video Standards?

Our very own Michael Dale was featured in a Broadcast Engineering article about how HTML5 may end Apple’s hegemonic authority and force the company to adopt the same standards as everybody else.  The new standards that HTML5 is setting such as: adaptive streaming with MPEG-Dash and Media Stream API, content protection via Encrypted Media Extensions

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The Stanford University School of Medicine Kaltura Video Meetup and Hackathon – May 28, 10am to 4pm

We’re really excited to invite you to our first Kaltura Education hackathon – The Stanford University School of Medicine Kaltura Video Meet-up and Hackathon. Join the Stanford University School of Medicine and Kaltura for exciting video application hacking, learn about Kaltura in Stanford School of Medicine, build cutting-edge video applications and a chance to win