The Case for Using VP9 at All Resolutions
Google Chrome's Matt Frost explains why YouTube uses VP9 "down the resolution stack"--not just for HDR and 4K--and explains how better-quality encoding benefits watch times and ad revenues.
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What's the Best Camera for VR 360?
AP Digital Storytelling Editor Seth Mayerowitz discusses the pros and cons of different VR/360 camera solutions in terms of features and price points.
VR vs. 360: What's the Difference?
Scott Mayerowitz, Digital Storytelling Editor at the Associated Press, breaks down the differences between "VR/Virtual Reality" and "360," two terms often used interchangeably.
How Do You Choose a Codec With Technology Always In Flux?
Beamr's Mark Donnigan, Deluxe's Jeremy Morrison, Fandango's Samir Ahmed, and Gogo's Prem Bangole discuss the challenges of providing encoding services for HD, HDR, and 4K as the codec landscape continues to shift and evolve.
Best Practices and Key Considerations for Reducing Latency
Wowza Senior Product Manager Jamie Sherry discusses key latency considerations and ways to address them at every stage in the content creation and delivery workflow.
The Challenges of Monetizing Premium TV Content Online
With the shift in consumer viewing patterns for premium TV content toward OTT and mobile, how are major content providers meeting the challenges of monetization with reduced ad loads and different UX expectations?
Do You Really Need Low-Latency Streaming?
Wowza's Mike Talvensaari confronts the myth that low latency for large-scale streaming is always worth the expense, and discusses various applications and use cases along a spectrum of latency requirements for effective delivery.