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Kaltura ‘cracks the code’ for reliable live video streaming on Android devices

Today we are excited to announce that Kaltura is first to market with an open source Android HLS (HTTP Live Streaming) library. Kaltura’s video library streamlines and simplifies video playback on Android devices. The new video library is available here, and we’re complementing this with the launch of an open source Flash HLS library. At

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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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Vine Goes Mainstream: the Evolution of the 6 Second Revolution (Video)

In 2011, the social medium of images was the new hot thing with Instagram established and Snapchat in its infant stages. Despite the popularity of these apps, many people were still wondering: what’s next? Fast forward two years, with the world experiencing Vine-fever and the recent launch of Instagram Video, video, now more than ever,

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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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Delivering on the Promise of HTML5 Video

Earlier this month the Web standards body, W3C, announced the first draft of the Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) specification, which will allow content providers to add content protection to HTML5 videos for the first time. While EME will not handle the encryption process or Digital Rights Management (DRM) system, it will provide a standard for third-party

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Plugins-Free WebRTC Based Peer 2 Peer Video Delivery – HTML5 Video

Peer-to-peer has always been a disruptive technology, enabling new applications and high efficiency. It has become an essential building block for distributed, scalable services such as Skype, Bittorrent and more. Until today, the P2P has been absent in the rich world of the Web. Various plugins tried to fill this gap but lacked standard conformance