Recently, Eyepartner has encountered particular success with TikiLIVE, a streaming networking solution that connects users to one another as they broadcast their own HD content through customized web portals. Fully integrated with social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, TikiLIVE also features advertising and analytics to monetize content swiftly and easily. TikiLIVE, Eyepartner’s flagship HD […]

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Monster Encoder is a complete application that converts the most common types of video files into FLV format, so the end user can use them in the video streaming process. This particular flash video encoder has some features that make it distinctive: • This video encoder is the fastest from all similar software existing on […]

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A digital signage solution needs a few hardware components to be able to deliver the content. The most common configuration includes a display screen , a media player and a content management server. The connection from the media player to the display screen is usually via VGA, DVI, HDMI or Component video connection and the […]

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MARATHON, FLORIDA, May 11, 2010 Broadcasting LIVE HD video from your Desktop has been a challenge to media professionals, broadcasting networks and corporate businesses worldwide. Eyepartner has developed a product called “The HD Wave” that runs on inexpensive off-the-shelf PC’s. The HD Wave makes it easy for anyone to broadcast streams in HD, up to […]

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YouTube is still thinking about the rental service which has been in beta testing for some while. It is currently working with a small selection of videos but according to Hunter Walk the website will offer the option to charge rental fees for uploaded content. This is interesting as YouTube goes to the pay per […]

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InstantAction recently launched an innovative way to play and share video games online. Their new platform allows users to instantly play and embed video games as you usually do with YouTube videos. This way you don’t need to download any content on your computer then install: the games are embedded into different supported browsers after […]

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Skyfire makes Flash video possible for Android devices as they announced the Skyfire 2.0 browser. The new app converts Flash videos to H.264 via their servers then pushes the content to the mobile devices. What’s interesting is that Skyfire’s servers are automatically adjusting the video resolution so the video will be displayed according to your […]

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A lot of debates have been going on the web since the HTML5 support for Facebook rumor appeared. This feature will allow Facebook videos to run on the iPad and the iPhone which is actually great news if we think about the lack of Flash support. But here is the news: Videos currently running on […]

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Verizon is trying to differentiate from the competition by adding YouTube streaming capabilities for their FiOS subscribers. So if you have FiOS and a PC you can stream YouTube content to your TV browsing with the included remote. Some of the features available on the website are also featured here: I will mention full screen […]

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Mobile media reached NHL! The Pheonix Coyotes team is using a mobile video sharing platform to keep their fans updated with the latest news regarding home games. Via mobile videos (and not only) users will be announced when something new happens with their favorite team: game highlights, interviews with team members and team news will […]

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