AnnouncementsTechnology

The Dragonfly Is Fly

Kaltura’s Dragonfly release went live on the Kaltura SaaS (Software As A Service) on March 13th. If you happened to login to your account, you may have noticed some new features like enhanced roles and permissions, HTML5 player and mobile advertising support, and multiple thumbnails. We’ve also got content distribution, more robust video editing, and

Community Events

The Gendered Advertising Remixer

During the last OVC Hack Labs day in NYC (2010 OVC), one of the fun projects we worked on was an education application that allows quick remixing of short video ads. Here’s a short paragraph describing the application by Jonathan McIntosh, the brains and innovator behind this project: Each Child in the United States is subjected to an

DevelopersTechnology

Live Streaming, RTMP, and Webcam Action With Red5 and CE 3

You can check also the CE4 and Red5 integration video post series. We’ve  done a little back room hacking over the Thanksgiving holiday to bring you a relatively easy way to add the free open source Red5 Flash Server to our Community Edition 3. The result?  Live streaming for your events, RTMP streaming for your

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Kaltura in the Amazon Cloud

We’ve been listening to our community. And besides an easier & faster installation flow for the Kaltura CE, we’ve read on the KalturaCE forums, Facebook, and surveys that you want Amazon Cloud Images. So we’re pleased to offer two Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), a 32-bit image and a 64-bit image, pre-configured with Ubuntu Linux 10.4

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Community Edition 3.0 BETA is Available!

Our engineering team has been hard at work, and they’ve got some spanking new code for you — did I mention it’s a BETA release? It’s really a pre-release that is not ready for production sites, but should be reasonably functional. We’d love to have lots of folks testing it and giving us feedback while

Best PracticesDevelopers

Create KS protected videos with free preview

Creating protected videos is a request that comes up once in a while in talks and on the forums. Whether you’d like to sell the videos or allow restricted access for members only, this short tutorial is going to set the ground for it. The KS Protected Access Control is a way to protect the

Community Events

Join Us for Hack Day at OVC, Oct. 3 (Free Admission!)

Dear Kaltura & Open Video Enthusiasts…. This year’s Open Video Conference is going to be a blast! There will be many fun activities, great people, innovative sessions and talks and cutting-edge online video technology. OVC is a great opportunity to meet with many of the leading video thinkers, developers, and businesses in education and media. Meet

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OSCON Recap & Our “HTML5’s Multimedia Future” Panel

OSCON Recap OSCON was awesome, just like every year — the vibe, the many geek discussions and potential collaborations that will grow out of it. OSCON is also a great place to learn, and to be heard. If you have a great thing to share or an important message to be carried to the open

Community Events

Kaltura and Open Video Developer Meetup in NYC

As you may have read on Kaltura’s corporate blog, we’re having a big meetup today, Tuesday, July 27th, 2010, at 6pm at Kaltura’s NYC HQ, right near Union Square (signup here). It will be a good time with pizza and drinks and friendly open source video developers. Besides taking the time to look more closely