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Profitability on the Web 

By Trevor Boyer

On his Chicago Sun Times-hosted website this week, Roger Ebert, the don of American movie critics, bemoaned the site's lack of profitability...

The Future of Web Video, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Welcome back. In our last edition, I detailed what HTML5 is and why it's important and set the stage for my analysis of Ogg Theora, which was supposed to be the focus of this second part...

The Distribution Beat 

By Eric Melin

The upcoming self-described cult Western The Last Rites of Ransom Pride hasn't hit theaters yet, but it already has a solid fan base, thanks to a guerilla-style viral marketing campaign that has the full participation of the film's director and stars...

Copy Protection for Your DVDs, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In the last issue, I detailed how to add VideoWrite copy protection to a recordable DVD using Microboards MX-2 Disc Publisher. As a refresher, VideoWrite is Microboards' brand for the Patronus copy protection from Fortium Technologies...

The Future of Web Video, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

I admit that the nexus is a bit tenuous, but if you're an Apple Final Cut Pro producer, you're undoubtedly producing for the Web. Over the past few months, you've been hearing that Flash is going away, H.264 is going away, and soon you'll have to produce all your video in an open-source video codec...

Panasonic Plans NAB in 3D 

By Trevor Boyer

Today Panasonic hosted a group of journalists in a New York office to announce its NAB plans. Apparently half the company’s booth in Las Vegas will be devoted to 3D in some way, and it was no surprise that the AG-3DA1 dual-lensed prototype camcorder...

A Coming War Over Web Video?  

By Trevor Boyer

You could hear the jeers the instant Apple introduced its iPad last week. It was a common refrain: "No Flash support? What's the point?"...

The Distribution Beat 

By Eric Melin

Now that 2010 is here, the facts are in about movie-going in 2009. According to a recent report from Adams Media Research, last year was the first year since 2002 that Americans spent more money buying tickets at the box office than they did buying movies for home viewing...

CES 2010: Stereoscopic's Coming-Out Party 

By Trevor Boyer

Technologically speaking, the new decade is getting off to a considerable bang with CES 2010. As you probably know, stereoscopic 3D is, as was long expected, the big, sexy story of the show...

A 3D Home Theater? 

By Jason Bovberg

When I was a teen, back in the 1980s, I had the good fortune of enjoying the 3D renaissance that hit movie theaters during the first half of that decade...

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