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Christian Timmerer

Dr. Christian Timmerer is the Head of Research and a co-founder at Bitmovin. His work focuses on cutting edge video streaming solutions for the web, like MPEG-DASH and HEVC, and making higher resolution video, like Ultra-HD, easily accessible to the consumers. Timmerer is an active member of ISO/IEC MPEG and editor for the MPEG-21, MPEG-M, MPEG-V, and MPEG-DASH standard, and thus has also a wide range of knowledge, overview and contacts within the international technology market. In his position of Associate Professor at the Alpen-Adria University Klagenfurt he had published more than 200 papers at international conferences and journals.

MPEG 122 Meeting Report

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The 122nd MPEG meeting concluded on April 20, 2018 in San Diego, CA, USA with […]


MPEG 121 Meeting Report

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The 121st MPEG meeting concluded on January 26, 2018 in Gwangju, Korea with the following […]


MPEG 120 Meeting Report

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The 120th MPEG meeting concluded on October 27, 2017 in Macau, China with the following […]


119th MPEG Meeting: Evidence of New Developments in Video Compression Coding

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The MPEG-VCEG Joint Video Exploration Team has concluded that the latest round of testing and […]


MPEG News from its 118th Meeting: MPEG starts working on MPEG-I targeting future immersive applications

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The 118th MPEG meeting concluded on April 7, 2017 in Hobart, Australia and featured topics such as MPEG-I, CMAF, […]


360 degree (live) adaptive streaming with RICOH THETA S and Bitmovin

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Recently I got the RICOH THETA S 360-degree camera and I asked myself how to […]


MPEG News from its 117th Meeting: OMAF & Global Media Technology Standards for an Immersive Age

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The 117th MPEG meeting concluded on Jan 20, 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland and featured some hot […]


MPEG-VR: One Ring to Rule Them

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Virtual Reality (VR) has gained a lot of momentum recently which has called standards development […]


News from the Future Internet: Adaptive Video Streaming Over Information-Centric Networking

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We all know about adaptive video streaming (DASH, HLS) but what is information-centric networking (ICN) and […]


MPEG-CMAF: Threat or Opportunity?

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What is CMAF? In February 2016 at the 114th MPEG meeting in San Diego, an […]