It’s been a busy first quarter for 2013! Already this year we have seen Microsoft's foray into tablet with their Surface, and BlackBerry’s release of their long-awaited BB10 phone. To coincide with the latest update of our State of HTML5 Video Report, we’ll explore a couple of industry changes impacting the world of online video.
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This week we're releasing another quarterly update to our online resource, The State of HTML5 Video Report. Since our last report in October, we've seen the release of Windows 8, the iPad Mini, Android 4.2, as well as a surge of mobile usage during the holiday season.
This week we released another quarterly update to our online resource, The State of HTML5 Video Report. Since its launch in January, our HTML5 report has been read over 200,000 times, and is actively discussed on social media and the blogosphere. We eagerly await your feedback on this latest version!
In Q3 2012, there have been some interesting trends in market share both on the browser and mobile sides. We tested HTML5 support in Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and found it encouraging on most fronts. In terms of what to look for on the horizon, we are very excited about upcoming text track support and the new MediaSource API for HTML5 adaptive streaming.
FOMS (Foundations of Open Media Software) is an annual unconference for media engineers, known for its attitude of getting things done. This year's edition - held in Paris, France - again had a great mix of attendees representing codec manufacturers, media frameworks, web browsers and video players.
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In January 2012, we announced the launch of our online resource, The State of HTML5 Video Report. Since its launch, we have had a tremendous response from our community. The page itself has been tweeted over 3,000 times, received 30,000 visits the day of its launch, and is still actively circulating the digital sphere.