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Adobe Primetime Player MPEG-Dash and 4k Demo

April 14, 2014 | 1029 Views

The Adobe Primetime team showed an interesting tech preview at NAB 2014, MPEG-Dash and 4k playback with Primetime Player in Flash Player. It is part of the official Primetime 2.0 announcement. 4K support ensures that Primetime customers can deliver the highest resolution content to the latest set of digital home devices allowing consumers to enjoy stunning [...]Read More

How WWE WrestleMania XXX Is Defining Over-The-Top History

April 6, 2014 | 176 Views

World Wrestling Entertainment, founded 1952, recently unveiled the WWE Network, a streaming online subscription channel, providing an over-the-top 24/7 channel, including all WWE pay-per-view events. In the context of most premium channels in the USA only available through higher tier cable subscriptions, the approach is pretty unique and potentially disruptive. In an interview with Time, [...]Read More

TV Everywhere 2014 and Beyond – The Path to True Scalability

March 24, 2014 | 309 Views

The modern cable industry, at least in the US, has been forcefully moving ahead and endorsing TV Everywhere as their digital model – the ability to access online content as part of the cable subscription, migrating the high value revenue stream to the digital age. On the other end, Netflix has been trying to create more original content to move beyond the exclusivity of cable. Read More

Adobe Primetime Awards

February 19, 2014 | 146 Views

After showcasing a lot of the technology of Adobe Primetime on this blog, it’s hard to ignore the awards slowly gathering in the office. This includes the recent SIIA Content CODiE Award  for 2014 Best Video Platform for Media & Publishers, and the Digiday Video Award for Best Video Technology 2013. If you want to learn more [...]Read More

Where to Watch the Superbowl 2014 Online Today

February 2, 2014 5 | 266 Views

Are you getting ready to join one of the largest sport events in history, with more than 100 million viewers each year? Fox will offer the event both as traditional broadcast, but also online and mobile with their FOX Sports Go application. Normally this is only for TV subscribers, but for the Superbowl event, it [...]Read More

Why It Is Finally Time to Endorse 60 Fps Web Video (Demo)

January 22, 2014 | 1243 Views

The frame rates for movies were defined over 80 years ago. In the year 1927, 24 fps was defined as the standard for 35 mm sound film. With the introduction of television, 25 fps and 30 fps were introduced, with the interlaced versions 50i for PAL, and 60i for NTSC. Interlaced video is a technique of [...]Read More

CES 2014 Live Streams

January 6, 2014 5 | 246 Views

Are you looking to get the latest news from CES 2014, but couldn’t make it out to Las Vegas? Thanks to broad live coverage, there are numerous streams available to give you some personal insight into the latest consumer electronics innovations and products. Read More

New Year’s Eve 2014 Times Square NYC Live Webcam

December 30, 2013 | 808 Views

As the years before, I am going to live stream the New Year’s Eve event from our Times Square office. Enjoy the energy from the center of the universe. The stream is going to go live in the evening of the 30th, showing all the preparation and the event with a premium view. If you [...]Read More

Technology Demo: Adobe Primetime 1.2 With Native HLS Support in Flash Player

December 3, 2013 3 | 1523 Views

I am very excited to showcase a brand new Adobe Primetime feature, native HLS support in Flash Player.

What does native HLS support mean? HLS playback in Adobe Flash Player provides best-in-class performance, with robust, Hollywood studio-mandated DRM support (Adobe Primetime DRM + PHLS), and AES-128 clear key protection for content protection compatibility. The HLS playback functionality is now included in the core of Flash Player, with all relevant features processed with high performant native code.

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New Whitepaper: Optimizing “Start to Playback” Performance with Adobe Access Content

November 11, 2013 | 119 Views

Viewer experience is crucial for everyone providing a video offering, but DRM is often considered to be a user experience burden. Adobe’s Eric Ha describes in his new white paper that this doesn’t have to be the case, outlines the steps that happen before DRM playback starts, and the optimization steps that can get applied. [...]Read More


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