We have been busy improving the video CMS, redesigning the player and fixing various small problems.
The latest update brings many improvements, large and small.
This weekend we released some key updates to the system.
A brand new video player is being rolled out for 2018. It has many improvements over the old one.
The transcoding pipeline has been completely rebuilt. Jobs are now queued more efficiently.
We've been busy making changes to the video CMS.
When a user signs in, they can now see more of your videos.
The latest update introduces a new type of user, along with assorted improvements to the system.
Our video player has been redesigned. It now has a modular design, extra features and an improved interface.
Continued work on the back-end has further improved performance, with the addition of new options.
We've been working on the video transcoding pipeline and have made some big improvements.
This week's update brought mainly behind-the-scenes improvements to analytics and other parts of the back-end.
The New Year update brings new encoding profiles, along with some useful minor changes.
Our standard player should suit most requirements. However you can adjust its appearance to match your brand.
As we roll-out events, a new report has been added to show them.
The latest update includes many small changes to the admin panel, along with two new types of report.
New features being rolled out this week include native HLS support, grouping content - and a new Q/A format of overlay.
You can now set your overlays, such as gates, to be shown before the video loads.
Our latest update adds support for <strong>video gating</strong> and iframe-based overlays, along with general design improvements.
This weekend we rolled out a new version of our player. It includes many improvements.
If you have a video filmed in 360°, our player supports that option.
Protect your videos using Digital Rights Management.
Adaptive streaming (HLS and DASH) is our default method for delivering video content.
Upload a video, we process it, then, once complete, we provide a snippet of code you can simply copy and paste.
The latest update includes a new way to let viewers comment on your videos, and improvements to our documentation.
Web pages are more resource-intensive than ever. The protocol used to deliver those resources - HTTP - needed an upgrade to match.
The latest update includes many improvements. The main one being the completely rebuilt live streaming system.
In common with all major video platforms, we use an iframe to let you embed a video player on your own pages.
HLS and DASH are two rival formats for delivering video over the web.
The latest update includes the roll-out of HLS, support for signed cookies and even a brand new HTML5 video player.
We have made managing video content even easier within our online video platform.
If you would like to incorporate a frame from one of your hosted videos (usually for a thumbnail image), it is now even easier.
AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages. It is an open source initiative to optimise pages for mobile devices.
When you invite a new user, you can now choose whether they can sign in to the admin panel
Since the platform is a video CMS, each account includes a channel which acts as a front-end to your content.
If you have built an application that uses our video CMS API, you can use pagination to handle a large set of results.
We have made some improvements - many behind-the-scenes, but some more obvious.
We support passing some additional attributes in a SAML Assertion.
You may spot a problem with a video after embedding it. You can replace it.
Organise your content using groups. These are like folders, but with the flexibility of tags.
You might like to briefly show your logo at the start of your videos: you can with pre-rolls.
If you would like the system to build a playlist for you, you can specify how.
You can be emailed a report that summarises recent views of your content.
We have redesigned the admin panel based on Google's own design guidelines to make it even easier to use.
We have added a new report to let you quickly see how many views each of your videos has had.
As part of this week's update, we have added a new player.
Enable two-step verification (also known as multi-factor authentication) to add another layer of security.
Rather than being split over multiple sections, we've added a new combined account section.
We are rolling out a new dashboard page that we think you will like.
As part of our latest update to the platform, we have provided a selection of new roles.
The platform automatically generates a selection of images but you can pick your own.
We have made it easier to query your video analytics: introducing Vidbeo Insights.
If you need to stream a live event over the web, you can easily do so within our online video platform.
The Vidbeo video CMS has always supported captions in multiple languages, but now it is even easier to add them.
If you permit someone (or an application) to add videos to your account, you can set their videos as needing approval.
We have updated our payment options.
It is useful to be able to see how much data has been transferred: we've made it even easier.
Yesterday researchers disclosed a new vulnerability with encrypted connections. This is known as the FREAK attack.
If you would like only certain people to be able to watch a video, you could ask them to enter a password.
If you are using a custom domain, you will see we also make use of private unbranded URLs.
Since configuring single sign on (authenticating using a SAML identity provider or Microsoft's Active Directory) is complicated, we've written a guide.
We now let you rebuild video sitemaps, rather than having to request a new one. This means that you can keep the same URL.
On selected pages within the Vidbeo admin panel you will now see a help tab on the right of the page. Click that to find out more about the various options.
Assigning a role to a user is how you control what actions they can perform. We've written a guide to help explain how they work.
It is now even easier for you to see how much data has been transferred each month.
When you watch a video within our player, you should now find that when you put the cursor over the progress bar that a small frame appears.
Previously you could only upload a video file from your computer's local drive. Now, you can simply provide a URL.
We thought we would share an example of the technical problems we encounter dealing with Internet Explorer.
If you would like to incorporate the Vidbeo platform within your own application, we have fully documented our Data API and Player API.