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Webcasting Dos and Don’ts Your Customers Will Love

When hosting a webcast, you can support your customers above and beyond your content. Webcasting isn’t just about presenting beneficial information. It is about how you personalize the experience [...]

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Why You Should Conduct a Video Content Audit Right Now

Businesses that publish videos to attract customers and grow their brand can aggregate a robust marketing video library. When businesses rapidly publish video content, the library can grow to be [...]

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Give Your Mobile Users a Quality Viewing Experience

Late in 2016, mobile Internet usage surpassed desktop usage for the first time in history. And mobile usage continues to drive more traffic worldwide. If you produce video content, it’s important [...]

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No Barriers to Self-Service Webcasting

Enterprises have been reaping the benefits of webcasts for a long time. Combining high-quality video with webcast elements, including slides and interactive features such as Q&A and polling, [...]

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Google Debuts Chrome Version 55

Google’s latest version of Chrome is beginning to roll out to Chromebooks and Chrome OS devices. As we mentioned in an earlier post this year, Chrome version 55 will automatically default [...]

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The W3C Updates HTML5 to HTML 5.1

The W3C or World Wide Web consortium has released the official HTML 5.1 specification. This is the fifth major revision, and first minor revision to the core language of HTML, and will replace [...]

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Google Launches Chrome 54 for Windows, Mac and Linux

Last week Google launched Chrome 54 for operation systems, Windows, Mac and Linux. The release focuses on developers, however it includes improvements to how the browser handles YouTube embeds. [...]

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HTML5 Audio Equalizer for Chrome Browser

One of the coolest uses of HTML5 technology is a new application called Audio EQ, a simple audio equalizer for HTML5 players and sites that works on Google’s Chrome browser. Audio EQ [...]

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The Difference Between Flash and HTML5

Since we introduced our latest All-HTML5 webcasting player, we’ve been inundated about questions concerning the difference between Flash and HTML5 from our clients and partners. [...]

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TalkPoint Webcasts Powered by HTML5

In a world where technology seems to change within a moments notice, it is difficult for companies to distinguish if a product offering is suitable for their business model, or if there is even a [...]