(Gawkwire.com) – ClickStreamTV has recently announced that its video and content management platform supports open web standards for online video.
“First there was Real Player, then Windows Media, Flash technology and now open source standard HTML5 as industry leaders such as Apple and Microsoft have recently noted,” said Kevin Yahl, president of ClickStreamTV. “Due to the constant emergence of new technology, we developed ClickStreamTV with an open source system to ensure that our product was a high-quality, onetime investment that would adapt to future technologies.”
ClickStreamTV, built with open source languages, is able to quickly change its infrastructure to adapt to include new formats for streaming online video. Over the next couple of months, ClickStreamTV will be incorporating HTML5 into the system.
The single system utilizes the proper video formats to deliver video to any online player including Flash and Windows Media; smartphones including iPhones, BlackBerrys and Androids; and other technologies including iPods and iPads.
“We are dedicated to our customers and strive to provide them with a solution to reach their audience regardless of what device they are using to view video,” said Yahl. “Our open system was built to include multiple video formats to provide universal streaming to any computer system, smartphone or media device.”
With ClickStreamTV, video is automatically encoded and stored in multiple formats for delivery to any media system and does not require additional applications for multiple device streaming. ClickStreamTV’s exclusive Speed and System Wizard automatically detects the viewer’s media device and streams the optimum video quality and correct format to the viewer.