Vid.ly

  • Encoding.com Opens Vid.ly – A Single URL For Videos You Can Watch Anywhere

    Encoding.com Opens Vid.ly – A Single URL For Videos You Can Watch Anywhere

    Video encoding service provider Encoding.com this morning announced that it is opening the beta version of its Vid.ly video URL service to the public. In a world littered with an enormous variety of smartphones, tablet computers and browsers, it’s not easy for publishers to put up a video online that can be watched by anyone, anywhere. With vid.ly, Encoding.com aims to alleviate that… Read More

  • Vid.ly: One Short Link To Sort Through All The Video Encoding Mess

    Vid.ly: One Short Link To Sort Through All The Video Encoding Mess

    Video formats on the Web are a mess right now. Apple supports H.264, but not Flash. Google recently declared that its Chrome browser will soon stop supporting H.264 in favor of its own WebM. To make a video play on an iPhone or iPad requires support for different formats than for an Android phone, and other phones require yet other formats. Read More