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FCP X: When to Use Optimized, Proxy, or Native Media

November 18, 2014

by Larry Jordan

There are three different types of video media used by Final Cut Pro X:

Jeffvlog

Main Stream Video Playback - Odd Man Out?

The Image is a simplified illustration that tries to trace the evolution of primarily, Entertainment and Communication Technologies from the Analog Era into where, we currently are in now, in 2014. 588 more words

Weekly Update: October 19, 2014

The gif should explain our relative levels of excitement.

THE PRESENT:

We should probably explain our excitement.  A few things have caused us to just be really excited about what’s going on.   607 more words

Mozilla

Firefox 33 brings H.264 support, lets you send videos to Chromecast and Roku devices from Android

More than a month after Mozilla came out with Firefox 32, the company has updated the web browser for Android, Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms, bumping it to version 33.0. 337 more words

Software

H.264 support arrives in Firefox, thanks to Cisco -- but H.264 web videos still won’t play

Hell has frozen over, as Mozilla officially added support for the proriertary H.264 video codec to its open source Firefox browser Tuesday. The implementation of H.264 is done with help from Cisco, which is providing Firefox users with a binary component that can be downloaded once the newest version, 33, of Firefox is installed on a user’s system. 405 more words

Chromium Youtube issues

Youtube not loading, no audio/video?

install chromium-ffmpegsumo
(and let it uninstall any other pack if conflict resolution)

Applications