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Video and HTML5: gains for online courses, MOOC development and online broadcast

October 18, 2013

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HTML5 video development continues apace and the academic community should really be interested in the possibilities offered by open source development in the multimedia space, specifically video of course, in teaching. Massively open online courses (MOOCs) and related trends in the way people access courses in higher education – such as learning management systems (LMS) […]

Hollywood style film making for your mobile and apps to give you greater control

September 10, 2013

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Hollywood is taking the smartphone revolution seriously: film festivals based on hand-held submissions, the smartphone’s use as a device to watch film and related content, plus the big studios looking for talent among mobile shooters. Aspirations run deep among film makers and producers alike, but even if you don’t want to shoot a feature length […]

Kaltura supports video culture through open source and HTML5

August 25, 2013

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For anyone working in video today the emphasis has to be on future standards. Confusion abounds when it comes to video codecs and formats, but in HTML5 – the web’s latest native coding structure – web pages will be able to handle video without using Flash players, or things like Youtube or Vimeo embedding, across […]