Twitch rolled out their redesigned video player with HTML5 controls to all their users. They first announced it in July they would be slowly rolling out the newly redesigned video player. We are one step closer to a full HTML5 video player, and we can’t wait to see it early 2016!
Last week, Beam launched our first public iteration of our fully HTML5 Light Player. It’s an industry first, and it embodies a significant amount of technical innovation, allowing us to further customize and enhance the viewing experience.
This platform will enable us to deeper integrate video streams and other components such as chat, polls, and other secrets in ways that would have been very difficult with Flash. We’ll be able to continue to reduce stream delay, and use even fewer resources while doing it.
A Tale of Two Protocols
Since the dawn of
time computing, two protocols have ruled the live streaming world: RTMP, and HLS. Continue reading Beam Announcing Light
Video game streaming powerhouse Twitch is becoming the latest big-name company to ditch Adobe’s ageing Flash in favor of better alternatives. The streaming service today announced that it was rolling out a redesign to its video player controls, replacing the old Flash versions with new Javascipt and HTML5 options. This isn’t the end for Flash on Twitch just yet — for now the site’s videos still use the software — but the streaming service says this is a step toward releasing its “much-anticipated” full HTML5 player. Continue reading Video game streaming service Twitch is ditching Flash and switching to HTML5
As you may have already heard, we’re beginning to roll out a redesign of our video player on web.
You’ll begin to see the new player on channel pages first. As previously mentioned, this is a gradual roll out. If you are not part of our initial pool of users, please be patient as we release the redesigned player at a steady pace.
Keep an eye out for the new player controls, and stay tuned for more HTML5 updates.
Originally posted on Twitch Blog