3-Hour Workshop On HTML5 And Web Video Standards, Nov. 1st in LA

On Monday November 1st, the day before the Streaming Media West show begins, we have four different workshops including one on HTML5 And Web Video Standards. The workshop will focus on the HTML5 video standard and the various options out there to support it, and will even take a look at the code of a few live HTML5 video deployments, such as the Wikipedia live video beta.

Hosted by leading organizations in the open video movement—HTML5video.org and the Open Video Alliance—this workshop will highlight the benefits and challenges of working with the up-and-coming standard, the current status of HTML5 video in the market, and help differentiate between reality and hype regarding the various video standards out there today.

Using promo code DRF1 you can register online for the workshop and go to both a morning AND afternoon workshop for only $245. That’s six hours of hands-on training and you can choose from four subjects including:

  • HTML5 and Web Video Standards
  • Flexible Delivery and Interactive Experiences on the Adobe Flash Platform
  • Live Streaming With Microsoft and Silverlight
  • Encoding H.264 Video for Streaming and Progressive Download

You can also register online for the entire Streaming Media West show and get $300 off by using my personal discount code of DRF1. Have questions about the workshops? Send me an email and I’ll be glad to answer them.