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Open Video & Kaltura Meetup Group – NYC

I’m happy to announce our NYC monthly meetings on Open Video, Web Broadcasting and Media Management. If you’re around NYC and interested in meeting other Kaltura users and developers, learn about the latest and greatest and share ideas, our Kaltura NY User Group will start its regular monthly meetings on Tuesday, June 14th. Join us in meeting

Announcements

New Kaltura Guides Published

Yisrael Woolf, our Technical Writer, has been hard at work! If you’ve recently paid a visit to the Kaltura CE main documentation page, you must have noticed a new section titled “Additional Guides for operating and using Kaltura.” Thanks to Yisrael’s hard work, with the latest release of Kaltura CE 4.0, we’ve also released these four new

Technology

Spin Up Kaltura On Rackspace Auto-Magically

Kaltura has an expansive and popular SaaS (Software as a Service) offering that lets our customers host and manage hundreds of thousands of videos, images, audio files, and documents. But one of our major competitive advantages is that we offer self-hosted versions of our media platform as well. Our popular, totally free, open source Community Edition has

DevelopersTechnology

The Power of Community Edition 4 Now

The “Dragonfly” edition of Kaltura Community Edition 4 (CE4) is hot off the presses and ready to install on your own Linux server. Most of the features of our Dragonfly SaaS release are now available for your deployment pleasure in one handy gzipped downloadable [click here to download it now]. Enhanced user roles and permissions,

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Make Facebook understand your video pages

Read the latest updates on the Distribution Connector for Facebook here Facebook has updated Open Graph since this post was published. Read this post for a more recent tutorial and code. When you share YouTube pages on Facebook walls, Facebook does a nice thing – instead of just showing a link, it embeds the YouTube video player

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

Community Events

StreamingMedia Webinar: Simplifying the Content Publishing Workflow

Video workflows have become greatly refined over the years, thanks in large part to online video platform providers. But with mobile devices and more interactive video experiences taking hold,content publishers are now looking at new ways to simplify the creation, control, management, monetization and publishing of online video. This is not a sales pitch event,

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The Dragonfly Is Fly

Kaltura’s Dragonfly release went live on the Kaltura SaaS (Software As A Service) on March 13th. If you happened to login to your account, you may have noticed some new features like enhanced roles and permissions, HTML5 player and mobile advertising support, and multiple thumbnails. We’ve also got content distribution, more robust video editing, and

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Kaltura Drupal 7 module

This is a guest post by our Drupal partners – Linnovate. Lior Kesos is a veteran open source geek innovator and co-founder of Linnovate a leading drupal shop from Israel and a creative Kaltura integrator.We’ve been busy at work getting the Kaltura Drupal module upgraded to Drupal 7.With the new architecture, we’ve moved from having

Mobile & HTML5Technology

Kaltura HTML5 library updates

Kaltura’s HTML5 Video library provides seamless video playback across desktop or mobile browser. Regardless of the underlining playback mechanism ( html5 or flash) the library provides a consistent api to develop for. In this most recent release we have made many improvements to the library from improved support for limited capacity devices to full VAST