Swedish multinational communications giant Ericsson predicts there will be 50 billion connected devices by 2020, 15 billion of which will be video enabled.
Budding spies and sleuths have a new sneaky method of communicating, through a nifty Facebook plugin for Chrome.
This Halloween, Eyepartner is releasing its newest version of the Monster Encoder, a turnkey application that integrates seamlessly into a network and converts all popular video types (including AVI, MOV, WMV, etc.) into other formats that can be easily streamed on websites. Users can convert video files, including iPod and iPhone files, into MP4 or Flash (FLV) format so users can publish them as Videos on Demand and in channel manager (pseudo-live) playlists. Users have the ability to transcode into different qualities as well as select the output video's resolution, aspect ratio, bitrate and frame rate.
Also I updated the links in the article above so they work now. Sorry about that.
Where are the servers based?
Hi Bob.Try https :// www . inspiresucceed . com . au/moodoffday/
I had some problems connecting with moodoffday. Still can't reach the site.Did find the report however and liked the last[…]
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