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Bitmovin is a technology driven company shaping the future of video: we develop products through world class engineering and thrive for innovative and disruptive solutions. Staying at the forefront of video technology requires creative and effective solutions and ideas. A key part of our culture is sharing information and transparency, and we live this value by sharing interesting stories and knowledge to give a glimpse on what engineering at Bitmovin is like.

Everything you need to know on image compression

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Everyone knows what a jpeg is! It’s an image of course.  Yes and No – […]


BitExperiments – Q1Y2020 Hackathon Summary

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Decode, Decompress, and HACK! In-line with nearly every technology-oriented organization on the market, Bitmovin allows […]


Developer Network Series: Everything you need to know about Lossy Compression Algorithms

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Introduction to Compression Algorithms When it comes to content distribution, especially in the form of […]


State of Compression Standards – VVC

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VVC moves closer to finalization 2020 is the year of VVC. At least when it […]


Celebrating C++: State of the Art Standards for All

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With 2020 coming into full swing – it’s time for Bitmovin and our engineering teams […]


Bitmovin & Austrian University to team up for innovative Video Transmission Technology research

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Bitmovin and the University of Klagenfurt Collaborate on Innovative Video Transmission Technology Klagenfurt, Austria / […]


128th MPEG Meeting Takeaways – Media Formats Moving Forward

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Media Formats progress towards Low Complexity and Consumer Interactivity “Shaping the Future of Video” is […]


Happy World Standards Day 2019 from Everyone at Bitmovin!

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Co- Founder Feature: Happy World Standards Day 2019 – Video Standards Create a Global Stage […]


Digital Rights Management (DRM) – Everything you need to know

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The necessity for streaming capabilities amongst video content distributors is at an all time high! […]


Bitmovin’s Intern Series: Finding Memory Leaks in Java Microservices – Part 2

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Welcome back! In our first instalment of the Memory Series – pt. 1, we reviewed […]