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Just a few months back, YouTube bumped up the quality of the videos it hosts by allowing for gorgeous, 60 FPS video playback.
Comcast may be using your home router to broadcast a public wi-fi hotspot. Find out what that means, and how to get rid of it.
YouTube is now testing 4K videos at 60 frames per second. Last year, the video streaming company tested both 4K and 60fps videos separately, but this small batch of videos marks the first time both settings have been shown together.
Chris Dziadul speaks to Stefan Amon, Director Wholesale, A1 Telekom Austria, about the company’s strategy and plans for the future.
Responding to the latest back-and-forth from a coalition opposing its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) shot back at the assertion that it rejected an opportunity to have NBCUniversal participate in Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) upcoming over-the-top pay-TV service.
The emergence of a new patent pool for HEVC compression technology threatens to slow the deployment of 4K/Ultra HD services within the pay-TV industry and beyond.
Significant change is on the way for the entire broadcast ecosystem. In order to accommodate 4K/UHD transmissions, the way in which video is compressed for transport must improve dramatically. The migration from MPEG-2 and AVC/H.264 to HEVC/H.265 will open up new opportunities, but will also come with risks and potential hidden costs that could neutralize the savings in transmission costs.