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Meet Bitmovin at SME 2018 in New York!

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Meet Bitmovin video experts during the Streaming Media East conference in New York City, on May 8th & 9th. Stop by our booth to see the latest video streaming tech coming from Bitmovin!

  • Bitmovin Newest Player V8 – a totally modular player, allowing service providers to select the exact functionality they need for their networks and content. See how modular video player leads to faster loading times and better user experience.
  • Next Generation Streaming Optimizations – Bitmovin continues its encoding technology innovations in Per-Title Encoding, Multi-Codec Streaming, Per-Scene Adaptation and our latest, AI-Powered Encoding.
  • Containerized Video Encoding – Deploy Bitmovin massively distributed video encoding anywhere! And we mean anywhere: on public cloud (AWS, GCS, etc.), private cloud or your own datacenter.
  • AV1 End-to-End Workflow – See the next generation video codec in action – from source ingestion and cloud encoding to browser-based playout with our AOMedia partner Mozilla. Learn about our encoding speed optimizations resulting in six times less CPU usage compared to our 2017 award-winning AV1 live encoder at last year’s NAB.

Arrange a meeting with Bitmovin video experts at SME 2018 to have a conversation about improving your online video infrastructure!


Presentations @ SME 2018

Bitmovin ambassadors speaking on current topics in streaming video

Tuesday, May 8

DT102. Transition to HEVC/VP9/AV1 with Multi-Codec Streaming

– 11:45AM – 12:05PM –

Video streaming is in transition towards the next generation of video codecs, offering to double the quality while lowering the required bandwidth. As the successor crown to the ubiquitous AVC/H.264 is still up for grabs, major content providers and device manufacturers are throwing their weights behind competing formats – HEVC/VP9/AV1 – leading to market fragmentation, specifically within web environments. To deal with this challenge, OTT services need to support multiple codecs in an efficient way. In this presentation, we will discuss how to evaluate the benefits and the tradeoffs of embracing these next generation compression technologies in your media workflow.

Discovery Track Session with Paul MacDougall, Solutions Architect, Bitmovin


Wednesday, May 9

Panel: The Future Of Video Codecs: VP9, HEVC and AV1

– 3:15PM – 4:00PM –

With the release of AV1 and support for HEVC in HLS, new dynamics are unfolding in the video codec world. In the meantime, VP9 is still gaining popularity among content providers, especially for Web browsers and Android devices. This panel will discuss what is the status of the different video codecs today, what are benefits and problems, and how this will change in the future. It will also discuss the question if the industry is getting into a codec war again, where content providers will have to support multiple video codecs in parallel to reach all devices.

Moderator: Christopher Mueller, CTO, Bitmovin
Sung Ho Choi, Co-Founder and CTO, Fubo.tv
Glenn Goldstein, Chief Technology Convergence Officer, Viacom
John Luther, SVP Product Strategy, JW Player
Andrew Grathwohl, Director of Media Technologies, Littlstar

Bitmovin Demos

HEVC with HLS

Managed On-Prem & Cloud

Server-Side Ad Insertion

Native SDKs

AV1 Live Streaming

Multi-Codec Streaming

Video Analytics

Per Scene Adaptation

Live VR and 360 Streaming

Live-to-VoD

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