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YouTube Now Supports 4K Live Streaming

Just a month after adding 4K and 8K HDR support, YouTube now supports 4K live streaming! You can check out our post on HDR support for YouTube videos here. The cool thing about the latest addition of 4K live streaming to the world’s most popular video platform is

You Can Now Upload and View HDR Videos on YouTube

Online streaming platforms have been at the tip of broadcast innovation for many years. Ever since the inception of  YouTube and similar services like Vimeo, we’ve had the opportunity to see some very unique and incredible content. Sure, you’d have to sift through a lot of crap

RED Launch RED Tech YouTube Tutorial Series

Buying your first RED camera can be a daunting task. Despite the fantastic image and the pedigree of a true and tested digital cinema camera, RED cameras and the whole RED ecosystem can be a bit intimidating at first for those making a giant leap from DSLR

Shooting 4K Video For Online Distribution – Is it Worth it?

Do you remember the vigorous debate a couple of years ago whether the Canon DSLRs were capable of delivering true 1080p videos and how many lines they were actually able to resolve? Despite that the technology has advanced significantly these days with resolutions getting higher and higher as we speak

Facebook is Planning to Share Add Revenue With Video Creators

Finally, the world’s most popular social media platform, Facebook is going to offer a revenue sharing model to all video creators, thus becoming a direct competitor of the largest global major video-sharing platform YouTube. The company is launching a Suggested Videos feed that curates a sequence of clips which will