Video distribution platform Ooyala wants to make videos available wherever users may be. That means enabling its customers to distribute their content onto all sorts of mobile phones and tablets and connected TVs and crap like that.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: TechnologyVideo technology company Ooyala - which will support Telstra's online video services and of which Telstra is a shareholder - has released a number of new products designed to help its customers better monetise their video content.
Mike Arrington first wrote about Magnify.net when it launched back in 2007, because, back then, it was taking a different approach to video than the rest. Rather than becoming a hub for the aggregation of user-generated video, Magnify gave digital publishers the opportunity to offer their own video channels populated by video from the video aggregators, user-generated or not.
I am not sure if some of you are experiencing this bug. Everytime I try playing a local video file, it doesn't matter which player I use, it crashes and kicks me back to the Login screen. I am using a Toshiba Satellite laptop with ATI video drivers.
During playback of a video file (on the HDD) the screen attempts to go blank. If I move the mouse the blank screen disappears and I am able to see the video again.
I have checked the settings; Tools>Preferences>All (to select the Advanced Menu)>Video and placed a check mark (ticked) Turn off Screensaver (which, by the way, was already selected) but this seems to have no effect.