U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
                                Washington, D.C.

                                   FORM 12B-25

                           NOTIFICATION OF LATE FILING

                                                          Commission File Number

(Check One)

[X] Form 10-K and Form 10-KSB       [ ] Form 11-K

[ ] Form 20-F   [ ] Form 10-Q and Form 10-QSB    [ ] Form N-SAR

For period ended: December 31, 2001

[ ] Transition Report on Form 10-K and Form 10-KSB

[ ] Transition Report on Form 20-F

[ ] Transition Report 11-K

[ ] Transition Report on Form 10-Q and Form 10-QSB

[ ] Transition Report on Form N-SAR

For the transaction period ended __________________________________________

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Nothing  in this  form  shall be  construed  to imply  that the  Commission  has
verified any information contained herein.

If the certification  relates to a portion of the filing checked above, identify
the item(s) to which the notification relates:

                                     Part I
                             Registrant Information

Full Name of Registrant                      Burst.com, Inc.

Former Name if Applicable                    Instant Video Technologies, Inc.

Address of Principal Executive Officer
(Street and Number)                          613 Fourth Street, Suite 201

City, State and Zip Code                     Santa Rosa, CA  95404

Part II - Rules 12b-25 (b) and (c)

     If the subject  report could not be filed  without  unreasonable  effort or
     expense and the registrant  seeks relief  pursuant to Rule  12b-25(b),  the
     following should be completed. (Check box if appropriate)

     (a)  The reasons  described in  reasonable  detail in Part III of this form
          could not be eliminated without unreasonable effort or expense;

     (b)  The subject annual report,  semiannual  report,  transition  report on
          Form 10-K, 10-KSB,  20-F, 11-K or Form N /SAR, or portion thereof will
[X]       be filed on or before the 15th calendar day  following the  prescribed
          due date; or the subject quarterly report or transition report on Form
          10-Q,  10-QSB, or portion thereof will be filed on or before the fifth
          calendar day following the prescribed due date; and

     (c)  The accountant's statement or other exhibit required by Rule 12b-25(s)
          has been attached if applicable.

                                    Part III

State below in  reasonable  detail the reason why the Form 10-K,  11-K,  10-KSB,
11-K, 20-F, 10-Q, 10-QSB, N-SAR or the transition report portion thereof,  could
not be filed within the prescribed time period.

     Our  independent  auditors for fiscal year 2000 were BDO  Seidman,  LLP. On
     March 7, 2002, we appointed Berenfeild, Spritzer, Schecter and Sheer as our
     independent  auditors  for the fiscal year ended  December  31,  2001.  The
     change in independent  auditors was  recommended by our audit committee and
     approved by the Board of Directors in light of our reduced  operations  and
     in order to reduce  auditing  expenses.  The Form  10-K  could not be filed
     within the prescribed  time period without  unreasonable  effort or expense
     because the new auditors  only  recently  commenced the audit of our fiscal
     year 2001 financial  statements and such audit has not yet been  completed.
     The form 10-K will be filed as soon as  practicable,  but in no event later
     than the 15th  calendar day  following  the  prescribed  due date.  See the
     auditor's statement attached as Exhibit A to this form.

                                     Part IV
                                Other Information

(1)  Name  and  telephone  number  of  person  to  contact  in  regard  to  this

     Richard A. Lang,                    707                       541-3874
     (Name)                          (Area Code)              (Telephone Number)

(2)  Have all other periodic  reports  required under Section 13 or 15(d) of the
     Securities Exchange Act of 1934 or Section 30 of the Investment Company Act
     of 1940 during the preceding 12 months or for such shorter  period that the
     registrant was required to file such report(s) been filed? If the answer is
     no, identify report(s).

                                                                [X] Yes  [ ]  No

(3)  Is it anticipated that any significant change in results of operations from
     the corresponding  period for the last fiscal year will be reflected by the
     earnings  statements  to be  included  in the  subject  report  or  portion

                                                                  [X] Yes [ ] No

If so, attach an explanation of the  anticipated  change,  both  narratively and
quantitatively, and, if appropriate, state the reasons why a reasonable estimate
of the results cannot be made.

     As of December 31, 2001, we had an accumulated  deficit of $61,356,123  and
cash on hand of $6,112.  Our  operating  expenses as of  December  31, 2001 were
approximately  $307,410 per month.  As of March 31, 2002,  we had  approximately
$18,695  cash on hand.  We had been  pursuing  a business  plan that  envisioned
raising significant  additional capital to continue developing and marketing our
products.  However,  sales of our newly released  products have been slower than
expected  and we have not been  successful  in raising  the  additional  capital
necessary to implement  our original  business  plan. We believe that in view of
the limited  market demand for our products and the change in market  conditions
that  emerging new  technology  companies  have faced since April

of 2000, it no longer appears  realistic for us to pursue such a  comprehensive,
capital  intensive  plan.  Consequently,  we have  reduced  projected  operating
expenses to  approximately  $65,000 per month,  primarily  by closing all of our
marketing  offices and reducing our workforce from 95 to 2 (our Chief  Executive
Officer and Vice President of Operations).

     During the year ended December 31, 2001, we earned revenue in the amount of
$118,298  compared  to  $499,376  for fiscal  year  2000.  These  revenues  came
primarily from two new customers.  We also collected patent  licensing  revenues
from one  customer,  which were due to us from a  licensing  contract  signed in
1999.  During 2000, we introduced  our content  hosting  service,  which enabled
customers to store their audio and video  content on our servers for delivery to
their end-users. We discontinued this service in 2001.

     Product  cost of  revenue  for  2001  was  primarily  the  cost of  further
development of our proprietary  software  product,  Burstware(R),  including the
costs of marketing  Burstware(R) to prospective  customers.  The product cost of
revenue recorded for 2000 consisted primarily of the cost of equipment purchased
from a third-party, which was resold to a customer in connection with a software

     Operating  expenses were  $3,688,919 for the year ending December 31, 2001,
excluding  equipment losses and write-downs,  as compared to $18,712,381  during
the same period in 2000. This resulted in total operating expenses decreasing by
$15,023,462 for the year ending December 31, 2001, over the same period in 2000.
In 2001,  research  and  development  costs were reduced by  $4,112,106,  as the
result of operations being curtailed due to lack of funds.

     For the year ending  December 31, 2001,  sales and marketing  expenses were
$156,027, as compared to $8,175,525 during fiscal year 2000. Sales and marketing
expenses  were  substantially  lower  during  2001,  due to our greatly  reduced
operating  scope  and  lack of  operating  capital.  As of April  2,  2001,  all
remaining  sales and marketing staff were laid off, and all remote sales offices
had been closed.

     For the year ending December 31, 2001,  research and  development  expenses
were  $188,222 as compared to $4,300,328  during fiscal year 2000.  Research and
development  expenses during 2001 consisted primarily of contract labor expenses
incurred for enhancements to and maintenance of our Burstware(R)  technology and
other  operating  costs.  The decrease for the year ending  December 31, 2001 is
primarily attributable to elimination of the in-house engineering staff that had
previously  developed  and enhanced our  software  technologies.  As of April 2,
2001,  none  of  the  research  and  development  staff  remained  as  full-time
employees, and we substantially reduced our product development spending.

     For the year ending December 31, 2001, general and administrative  expenses
were $3,944,273 as compared to $6,236,528  during fiscal year 2000.  General and
administrative   expenses  consist   primarily  of  compensation  and  fees  for
professional  services,  and the decrease in absolute dollars is attributable to
the substantial  reduction in our operations as a result of insufficient  funds.
We believe that general and  administrative  expenses  will  continue at reduced
levels for the foreseeable future.

     We had net loss from  operations of $3,570,621 for the year ending December
31, 2001, as compared to  $19,609,984  during  fiscal year 2000.  This was a 82%
decrease for the year ending  December  31, 2001,  over the same period in 2000.
The decreased overall  year-to-date loss resulted from the reduced  expenditures
discussed above.

     Total other expense net was $140,013 for the year ending December 31, 2001,
as  compared  to $53,284 for the 2000  fiscal  year.  The  increase in net other
expenses  was due to a  $324,430  loss  from the sate of Eagle  Wireless  common

     Burst.com, Inc.
     (Name of Registrant as specified in charter)

Has  caused  this  notification  to be signed on its  behalf by the  undersigned
thereunto duly authorized.

Date: April 1, 2002               By: /s/ Richard A. Lang
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                                      Richard A. Lang, Chairman, Chief Executive
                                      Officer and Chief Financial Officer

Instruction. The form may be signed by an executive officer of the registrant or
by any other duly  authorized  representative.  The name and title of the person
signing  the form  shall  be typed or  printed  beneath  the  signature.  If the
statement is signed on behalf of the registrant by an authorized  representative
(other than an executive officer), evidence of the representative's authority to
sign on behalf of the registrant shall be filed with the form.

           International misstatements or omissions of fact constitute
                Federal Criminal Violations (Sec 18 U.S.C. 1001)

                                    EXHIBIT A

                               AUDITOR'S STATEMENT

March 29, 2002

Securities and Exchange Commission
450 Fifth Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20549

Ladies and Gentlemen:

In connection with the Notification of Late Filing on Form 12b-25 to be filed by
Burst.com,  Inc. (the "Company") with respect to the Company's  Annual Report on
Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended  December  31,  2001,  this is to advise you
pursuant to Rule 12b-25(c) that we were only recently  retained on March 7, 2002
to conduct the audit of the Company for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2001.
As a result,  we will be unable to complete  our audit of the Company and render
our opinion by the prescribed time period for filing the Company's Form 10-K.

Very truly yours,

/s/ Berenfeld, Spritzer, Schecter & Sheer


Miami, Florida
March 29, 2002