We’re thrilled to announce these feature highlights from the October 5th and 19th Release
Well I was out of town the last three weeks so was unable to keep our readers up to date about what’s been going on here on the dev side at Twistage. But wait no more! I am back with updates on what’s been happening this month from a release point of view. Here are a few of the highlights.
Video files now support subtitles in multiple languages
Video subtitle data (in Timed Text/XML format) can now be uploaded to a video. With this new feature it’s easier to reach a larger more international audience and continue to strengthen your brand. To upload subtitle files, navigate to a specific video and click the Subtitles tab on the left side of the page. Each video can have subtitles for multiple languages. The player profile can be configured to display subtitles uploaded to your videos, or subtitles hosted on your own server.
New support is available for Apple HTTP Live Streaming
Apple HTTP Live Streaming is now supported with some CDNs, for enhanced delivery to mobile devices. When using HTTP Live Streaming, an HTML5 video player on a mobile device can downgrade to a lower quality version of a video stream based on changes in network connectivity.
The new Twistage slideshow player is now supported in HTML5 for tablet devices and iPads
At Twistage it’s a priority to keep innovating and evolving our platform to keep up with the newest trends and technologies in online video. To achieve these goals we follow an iterative development model, with regular releases every two weeks. These releases contain everything from small encoding solutions to entirely new product feature sets. Here we highlight a few of the most influential releases from the most recent notes, and talk a little bit about what it means for Twistage clients. For a full list of release notes and to answer any questions you might have on the platform please contact Twistage at email@example.com.