The Google Chrome browser now pauses many Flash ads, which means fewer views and more unhappy advertisers. Here’s how to make sure your ads get seen every time.
Are your brand’s video’s playable by every browser on every platform? HTML5 video will eventually take the place of Flash, but it isn’t there yet.
It’s the next step in the evolution of online video. The dominance of Flash is ending, so prepare for the reign of HTML5 by creating your own custom player.
Don’t settle for only one! Here’s everything you need to know about Flash, HTML5 video, and encoding for both.
The video world is highly fragmented, so brands need a strategy to get their videos seen on a range of devices.
Improve its Flash Player or build up its HTML5 player? Revision3’s small engineering team was forced to make a choice.
The video landscape is fracturing, and streaming in Flash is no longer enough — even when serving video to employees.