Super-Small Screen No More: As Web video grows up, old impressions have been shattered

Holben, Jay
December 2010
DV: Digital Video;Dec2010, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p30
The article offers information related to video downloading and uploading in the Internet. According to the author, video sizes, with higher resolutions, today need not to be small to be a reasonable file size in order to stream or to be downloaded. The author comments that streaming media on the Web has quickly matured and became a viable exhibition and distribution medium for all kinds of content.


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