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FOMS 2015 SF; Meeting of the Minds Behind Browsers and Video Platforms

Kaltura was proud to sponsor the 2015 Foundations of Open Media Standards and Software (FOMS workshop) preceding the first Demuxed conference here in San Francisco at the Crunchyroll headquarters. FOMS was also supported by Google as a gold sponsor, Crunchyroll, and numerous professional delegates who attended from the likes of Netflix, Apple, Intel, Wikimedia, Twitch, Brightcove, JwPlayer,Wowza, Digital Primates, BuildAR, ConviU.

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FOMS 2015 Report Back

FOMS 2015 took place last Friday in Brussels, Belgium at mudo-b. It was a great workshop meeting where open media developers and advocates gathered to discuss shared challenges in multi-screen media delivery. Representatives from key web player projects like video.js, jwplayer and kaltura player hashed out plans for improving cross player accessibility conventions. We also

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Native DoubleClick Everywhere with Kaltura Player ToolKit

Kaltura has been a long time partner for Google’s DoubleClick interactive media ads platform. Kaltura has included full featured support of IMA3 within the Flash player and was one of the first partners to integrate IMA3 for HTML5. With the transition to lead with HTML5 partners have been able to take advantage of desktop HTML5 player experience with full ad integration. But ultimately

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Playing DRM Content in Native Applications (Video)

  DRM (Digital Rights Management) is an important tool for premium and private content. The need for enforcing content license terms and for ensuring control over content monetization is of major concern when coming to provide an online media service that is available in an over-the-top / multi-platform environment. To help clients delivery to these

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Delivering on the Promise of HTML5 Video

Earlier this month the Web standards body, W3C, announced the first draft of the Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) specification, which will allow content providers to add content protection to HTML5 videos for the first time. While EME will not handle the encryption process or Digital Rights Management (DRM) system, it will provide a standard for third-party

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Kaltura and Google Bring Enhanced Video Support to Wikipedia

Kaltura is happy to announce the deployment of a greatly enhanced video platform on the Wikimedia network of sites. Wikipedia has added support for enhanced video and audio capabilities using Kaltura’s player technology! Wikimedia sites include the English Wikipedia and the Wikimedia Commons media repository. Wikipedia and its sister sites have enabled a new video player (using Kaltura’s

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HTML5 Gravy Train; All over your Kaltura Players

Late last year the Kaltura HTML5 library switched from a quarterly release cycle with massive updates to more regular releases. We accomplished this transition by increasing efforts in automated testing, building a more modular framework for adding features, and making use of git branches. This has enabled us to have a much quicker turn around

Google Analytics: One KDP API for HTML5 and Flash

A neat feature of developing for the Kaltura platform is being able to write code once and have it work regardless of the underling playback system. In this post I walk you through writing a simple google analytics library using the KDP api. I will show how it works for both html5 and kaltura flash