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Bitmovin improves video quality on the web with three state of the art products. The Bitmovin Cloud Encoder: This cloud service encodes normal video files into adaptive MPEG-DASH and HLS files on a scalable platform. The Bitmovin Video Player: This easy to install Video Player runs native in HTML5 and streams video with fast start up and no buffering. The Bitmovin Analytics: Realtime analytics with a powerful, flexible API. See the data you need to see, and present it the way your team needs it.

Analytics for Video Ad Serving

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Advertising is a controversial topic for most people, but the reality is that today’s internet […]


MPEG 125 Meeting Report

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The 125th MPEG meeting concluded on January 18, 2019 in Marrakesh, Morocco with the following […]


The 2018 Bitmovin Awards

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Bitmovin is company of dreamers, innovators, inventors, and academics. But we aren’t just big thinkers, […]


Trends in online video for 2019

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2018 was an eventful year for the video streaming industry as a whole and especially […]


Google Widevine (L3) Cracked – What to expect?

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The New Year started with yet another reminder that security should not be taken for […]


A Beginner’s Guide to Bitmovin’s Android SDK on Android TV Platforms

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I’m Michael Riha, a Solutions Architect with Bitmovin. I wrote this guide to make it […]


Advocating for More Unlicensed Spectrum Allocations

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Television and Fixed Electromagnetic Spectrum Since the early days of Philo Farnsworth and Vladimir Zworykin, […]


An in-depth look at the Bitmovin Per-Title Bitrate Ladder Benchmark Tool

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The Per-Title Ladder Bitrate Benchmark Tool is a great way to test the benefits of […]


Video Streaming Fitness Classes – Couch Potatoes Need Not Apply

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Immersive virtual fitness experience and the API-based customizable multi-device Bitmovin Player at ClassPass When a […]


VVC: The Next-Next Generation Codec

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So it’s happening. After their previous work on h.264/AVC and h.265/HEVC, the ITU-T Video Coding […]