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HTML5 Based Mobile OS and the Future of Video Phone Apps

It was nine years ago, during the W3C workshop in 2004, that Mozilla Foundation and Opera Software proposed, and has been rejected for, their desire to continue and develop HTML with a focus “on developing technologies that are backwards compatible with existing browsers.” A few months later, unwilling to budge their admirable ambition, Mozilla, Opera,


Kaltura Video Platform Community Edition 5.0 Released

After months of testing and bug crunching – thank you all who installed from SVN and reported bugs and patches! – Three weeks ago at Kaltura DevConnect, we launched the shiny new version of Kaltura CE, aka Eagle, version 5.0. The Kaltura CE 5.0 release notes include all major new features and a list of


RTMP VOD and Live Streaming Using Red5 and Kaltura CE 4

This post assumes you have Kaltura CE4 and Red5  installed and configured for webcam recording, if you don’t read this post. In this final video post about Kaltura CE4 and Red5 integration, we will show how to enable RTMP delivery and live streaming.   RTMP delivery and live streaming using Red5


Webcam Recording On Kaltura CE4 Using Red5

This post assumes you have a working Kaltura CE 4.0 server. To easily install CE4 check out “How to setup Kaltura CE 4.0 VMWare image in 15 minutes“. Welcome to the second video tutorial in our video posts series on installing and using Kaltura CE 4.0. In this post, we show how to use a webcam to capture video


Adventures With Open Source ETL

One of the greatest benefits I get from working at Kaltura, is the opportunity to work with  some of the greatest open source projects out there. I’ve written about Kaltura’s data warehouse (DWH), powering the entire analytics side of Kaltura’s products and services, and I promised I’d go into more details about the technology that makes the


Open Source Business Models – Where does Kaltura fit?

Often when we speak to both community members and potential commercial clients we get questions about our business model. These questions range from the classic: “If you are open source, how do you make money,” to the more skeptical, “How can you charge for any of your services or code if you are open source.”