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Rachel Kodner
The Future of delivering videos to clients
on Jan 30, 2014 at 2:21:23 pm

So the technology/industry trend tells us that DVDs and Blu Rays are going away. They're trying to make discs obsolete. Okay so what's next: digital downloads and files right? In the future, does that mean we're delivering the final video to our clients in the form of a Quicktime file (that lives on an SD card or USB drive? instead of a DVD?). If so, how is our client going to be able to read that file on their current tv? Are they forced to find a way to put that file on their iPad, (buy an Apple TV device) and "Airplay" the video to their TV? What if they don't have any Apple products like an Apple TV, iPad or Macbook? Then what? Are they forced to go out and buy a new TV that has an SD card slot or USB slot, in order to put the SD card in their tv to view their video? The TVs that even have SD card slots now,...do they even have the technology to play exported Quicktime files (h264 codec)? Or if they dont want to buy any new technology, do we just give them the Quicktime file and tell them to watch it on their computer. I want to get everyone's thoughts on this...


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Sinead O'toole
Re: The Future of delivering videos to clients
on May 1, 2014 at 9:59:33 pm

Well the way I look at it is that mobile streaming is increasing at a high rate with broadcasting platforms like DaCast (http://www.dacast.com). One can broadcast an event from their mobile devices not just streaming alone. Yes, TV is def. going to take a back seat when it is so easy to have video content flowing globally so easily.


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