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17 Free & Public MPEG-DASH and HLS Example Test Streams and Datasets

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MPEG-DASH sample streams and HLS test streams or m3u8 streams as they are often called, are important tools that you should have available throughout your development process. It’s good to have a variety of streams available when you are testing your adaptive streaming solution to ensure you are covering all aspects of your playback. We have collected […]


Meet Bitmovin at Demuxed – San Francisco

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The next stop for the Bitmovin team is San Francisco for Demuxed, “the conference for video engineers”. This year we are very proud to be a platinum sponsor at the Demuxed conference. Demuxed is a great event for technicians to discuss video and although online video is the main focus, other areas are also covered. For Bitmovin, it’s […]


Bitmovin Raises $10.3M Series A

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The talented team at Bitmovin have been quietly building the infrastructure to improve the future of video. I’m excited to support their efforts. Quote: David Helgason, Founder Unity We are proud and happy to announce that we closed a $10.3M Series A A big thank you to our outstanding team for the work they have […]


Improving Video Quality on the Web with Amazon AWS

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Together with our cloud infrastructure partner, we have written an article on how we use Amazon AWS cloud for our cloud-based encoding system as well as our HTML5 player, to improve the video quality on the web and enable Netflix-grade quality. A Video-Encoding Solution with a 100x Increase in Speed In this article, we talk about the […]


Meet Bitmovin at CES in Las Vegas

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At CES we will be showcasing fastest transcoding in the cloud and high quality MPEG-DASH/HLS online and mobile video player. Arrange a meeting and visit us in Las Vegas from January 6-9. Bitmovin CES Show Contact If you have any further questions please get in contact with: Christine Genova, Director of Sales, US sales@bitmovin.com About CES in Las Vegas The International […]


Firefox HLS and MPEG-DASH Support with Bitmovin

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As one of the major browsers, Firefox officially released its support for the MSE in version 42, which is now available to the public and can be downloaded at the Firefox website! This is another step towards replacing Flash and adaptive streaming in HTML5. But what is the so called MSE and why is it […]


Replacing Flash: HTML5 Adaptive Streaming and DRM

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Recently I participated in a panel on “Replacing Flash: Adaptive Streaming and DRM in HTML5”, presenting Bitmovin’s approach with the Bitmovin MPEG-DASH and HLS player to fully leverage the capabilities of HTML5 for high quality media streaming. This panel was organized and moderated by StreamingMedia.com’s well known streaming expert Jan Ozer at the Streaming Media East Show in New […]


New Technologies with MPEG-DASH: Watch Video

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At the well-known Streaming Media East Show in New York, Bitmovin’s CEO Stefan Lederer was part of the DASH Industry Forum panel on “Implementing new Technologies with MPEG-DASH”. This session explored some of the new technologies being brought to the table by the next version of MPEG-DASH. These and other enhancements in OTT delivery, as […]


Meet us at Streaming Media East in New York

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We will be exhibiting at Streaming Media East in New York City and we are looking forward to meeting you there. International Zone, Streaming Media East 2015: May 11-13 in New York City, US.   SME Show Contact If you have any further questions, please contact Gerald Zankl Email: sales@bitmovin.net Phone: +43 463-203-014   Streaming Media East […]


Meet us at TV Connect in London

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We will be visiting TV Connect in London and we are looking forward to meeting you there. TV Connect 2015: April 28-30 in London, GB.     Bitmovin TV Connect Show Contact If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: Gerald Zankl, sales@bitmovin.net, +43 463-203-014 About TV Connect London TV Connect London is the world’s […]


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