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dc.contributor.authorMillard, John
dc.contributor.authorTzoc, Elias
dc.identifier.otherTzoc, E., & Millard, J. (2013). For Video Streaming/Delivery: Is HTML5 the Real Fix? from
dc.description.abstractThe general movement towards streaming or playing videos on the web has grown exponentially in the last decade. The combination of new streaming technologies and faster Internet connections continue to provide enhanced and robust user experience for video content. For many organizations, adding videos on their websites has transitioned from a “cool” feature to a mission critical service. Some of the benefits in putting videos online include: to engage and convert visitors, to raise awareness or drive interest, to share inspirational stories or recent unique events, etc. Along with the growth in the use and need for video content on the web; delivering videos online also remains a messy activity for developers and web teams. Examples of existing challenges include creating more accessible videos with captions and delivering content (using adaptive streaming) for the diverse range of mobile and tablet devices. In this article, we report on the decision-making and early results in using the Kaltura video platform in two popular library platforms: CONTENTdm and DSpace.en_US
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dc.titleFor Video Streaming/Delivery: Is HTML5 the Real Fix?en_US
dc.typeJournal Articleen_US

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