Quantity Not Quality

Is it just me, or does the quality of internet video just not matter ?

The quality of video is not something you often heard being mention (apart from absured claims that the video is 'DVD quality' when it patently isn't).

This was brought to my attention via a press release from sportsware firm O'Neill. They have launched a new TV service - it looks like it was built in house or by a web agency using Flash; so, the interface is wizzy.

But the video's not. It stutters and pixilates. But in the YouTube world maybe it's supposed to be that way...

Comments

Anonymous said…
very interesting blog, your video ads are really annoying though.
IP Jones said…
OK, I'll bow to common demand and drop the video ads for now... Until I get paid for them at least...!