iSize Technologies, a London-based provider of intelligent video coding and delivery technology, is challenging the industry with a paper at IBC 2019 (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam) describing how deep neural networks will enhance and accelerate existing video coding standards for internet video, all without breaking anything in the process. According to iSize Technologies Co-Founder and […]
Closed captioning of video programming repurposed to the Internet has been an obligation of television stations for over a year. Thus far, most stations have been able to comply with the requirements — as those requirements have applied only to full programs that were captioned when broadcast over the air, and then carried on the Internet, either in whole or in segments that comprise essentially all of the program. Now, the FCC is asking if any program excerpt should be captioned when transmitted over the Internet.
Watching TV shows, movies and other video via the Internet on your big-screen television has become all the rage. But the proliferation of devices and methods for doing so has made the whole thing mighty confusing. To help sort out the choices, Walt Mossberg has compiled a primer for watching Internet video on a TV, legally.