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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

Best Practices

Media Player UI Modifications Using UIVars

What are UIVars and Why should you care… The Kaltura Players are built on a framework of an XML based flexible and customizable UI. If you just read the above line and remained wondering, worry not! you don’t even have to be a developer to be able to modify player features by yourself, add plugins,

Mobile & HTML5

Webinar: Unifying the Flash and HTML5 Experiences – Is it time to go HTML5 first?

With HTML5 approaching maturity and cross-industry implementation, and particularly in the light of Adobe’s recent announcement that they plan to stop supporting Flash for mobile devices, it is important to be ready and know where the wind blows. What should you know about HTML5 when creating media centric sites? How close are we to feature-parity

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Adobe’s Flash Focus Change Followup – The Flex SDK

Following this week’s announcement by Adobe to halt development of Flash for mobile browsers, the Adobe Flex product managers have just announced that they will be making significant changes in the Flex SDK – “…we are planning to contribute the Flex SDK to an open source foundation…” “… Flex SDK feature development will continue under a new governance

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Is Flash Dead? The Age Of The Plugin-Less Web

Many may have found the latest news rocking, shocking, or maybe as a “little too late”… In case you didn’t follow the news yesterday, Danny Winokur, VP of Interactive Development at Adobe made the following announcement: “We will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations (chipset, browser,

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The Cent2Cent Commerce Integration With Kaltura

This is a guest post by Roby Baruch, Co-Founder and VP of Products at Cent2Cent. Cent2Cent.net is a valued Kaltura Exchange partner that provides content e-commerce solutions to publishers of all sizes who wish to sell media online. We are happy to announce a very special Kaltura & Cent2Cent  integration available to all Kaltura CE or On Prem

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Facebook Now Requires HTML5 and Fallback in Open Graph

Read the latest updates on the Distribution Connector for Facebook here   Remember the post about making Facebook understand and present the videos on your page? Thanks to our dear reader Jon, we noticed Facebook has recently updated their Open Graph tags requirements to include HTML5 and non-Flash-non-HTML5 fallback video file links, otherwise, Facebook will

Developers

The Video Wall

I’d like to share an awesome use case for User Generated Content (UGC) Video Application using the Kaltura platform. The credit for this post goes again to Atar Shadmi – senior Flash & Flex developer at Kaltura. When Atar sent her New Year’s greeting card to her favorite Flash forum, she felt that a more

Mobile & HTML5

Announcing Kaltura’s New Clipping Application

We are excited to announce Kaltura’s new clipping and trimming tool that was launched in Eagle version. The new clipping tool is used inside the KMC and it’s also a stand alone application. It consists of KDP or HTML 5 player to show you the movie you are about to edit and a time bar