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Implementing Content Aware Encoding (CAE)

Recently, we were delighted to make a change that will improve bandwidth management for our customers. The Kaltura transcoding logic now applies Content Aware Encoding (CAE) to all content ingested into Kaltura (with exceptions made for a few specific customers to account for their special needs.) What’s Content Aware Encoding (CAE)? Until fairly recently, video

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Net Neutrality, Meet Video

Net neutrality is the idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) like telephone and cable companies should not discriminate or charge differently for types of data, users, or attached equipment. It is the Internet we now know. In the U.S. this principle has set the stage for a fierce battle between ISPs and growing businesses, small

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Happy hour at NAB

It’s not too late to join us at NAB next week. If you’d like to schedule a meeting, we’d love to see you. To sweeten the deal, we’re having a happy hour with our partner, 24i! Join us April 19th at 5pm at our booth in the South Upper Hall #SU7316. So come have a

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Successful DRM in a Changing Video Environment

Streaming video is huge. According to Nielsen, over 40% of U.S. homes use at least one Subscription-based Video on Demand service. We have more devices than ever with which to watch video. As services like Sling TV and HBO’s standalone over-the-top (OTT) service join established players like Netflix and Amazon Prime, the amount of content

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Kaltura ‘cracks the code’ for reliable live video streaming on Android devices

Today we are excited to announce that Kaltura is first to market with an open source Android HLS (HTTP Live Streaming) library. Kaltura’s video library streamlines and simplifies video playback on Android devices. The new video library is available here, and we’re complementing this with the launch of an open source Flash HLS library. At

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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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What’s Next for HTML5 Video? Join our Talk at OSCON 2014

Sharing the excitement from floor of OSCON 2014, Kaltura’s Director of Playback Experience and Video Monetization, Michael Dale talks about Kaltura, open source and his OSCON talk about what’s happening with web video standards and html5. Be sure to visit Michael’s OSCON 2014 talk – HTML5 Video Part Deux; New Opportunities and New Challenges and