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Codec Alliance for Open Media

04 Sep 2015, Posted by Malaika in Onlinelib Blog

I followed the codec alliance and discussion about google´s vp10 and other open video codec. Its an nice idea, but without the support of the hardware companies that put this codec into silicon, its just a software solution that will power-out the mobile´cpu´s battery life….

Mediaencryption is coming to HTML(5)

24 May 2014, Posted by Malaika in Onlinelib Blog

Mediaencryption is coming to HTML(5) and we will convert it to all plattforms without having MpegDash in mind More infos soon. To get an idea what media encryption is, take a look at the google presentation. Videolink Google Chrome meets encryption.

The lie that HTML(5) video is plugin less.

21 Apr 2014, Posted by Malaika in Onlinelib Blog

The title sounds a bit harsh, but it describes exactly the current situation about that HTML(5) video is plugin less. In the last 2 years we found so many posts about the HTML(5) video standard. Many of these posts mention that the HTML5 video is…

HLS HTTP Adaptive Streaming Viewer

18 Mar 2014, Posted by Malaika in Onlinelib Blog

Update: Product is released! Visit Product Site of HLS – HTTP Adaptive Streaming Viewer HLS – HTTP Adaptive Streaming Viewer There are a lot of tools and encoding services, including our own VCS Multiplexer HLS Encoder, for encoding HLS files. Our brand new HLS- HTTP…

Google VP9 4K Streaming

20 Jan 2014, Posted by Malaika in Onlinelib Blog

Google’s VP9 4K, a video format that consumes close to half the bandwidth necessary to stream high-definition videos, is getting a round of support pledges from several TV manufacturers, the likes of Sony, Toshiba, Samsung, Panasonic, Philips, LG, and Sharp, as well as chip makers…