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Join Us For The Kaltura Community Office Hours Tomorrow @ 4pm Eastern

Join us for the first “Kaltura Community Office Hours” Google Hangout tomorrow at 4pm Eastern! During this meeting we’ll be talking with Andrew Davis and Michael Dale about best practices for including Kaltura videos in Web Applications, and Thomas Huzij, who will announce a new Kaltura application and discuss mixing Kaltura with PayPal APIs in

Best Practices

Use Templates in Your Publishing

In our recent “Publishing Best Practices” series we provided information to help publish your content faster. This post will show you how you can use template entries to increase your efficiency, spare you from repeating entering default values and make your publishing process more streamlined and professional.  

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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 Social Enterprise

  Originally a term coined by Saleforce.com CEO Mark Benioff, the “Social Enterprise” has become an increasingly hot topic these days. Jive, Yammer, and existing incumbents such as Microsoft and Salesforce.com are delivering social enterprise applications to allow employees, vendors, and partners to work and communicate more efficiently across time zones, languages and geographies.

Best Practices

Extra-Fast Publishing

A popular requirement for news websites and video publishers is to publish videos as quickly as possible. Kaltura allows publishers to control video asset readiness by allowing them to configure the transcoding settings to their needs. Kaltura’s platform supports ingestion of all forms of rich media (including video, images, audio, PDF, SWF files), and allows

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Facebook Now Requires HTML5 and Fallback in Open Graph

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 not show your videos when users share them on their wall.