Most of our efforts are focused on developing our two main products. The HTML5 Adaptive Streaming Player and the Cloud Encoding Service. These products are very actively maintained and supported, with regular updates released twice per month or more frequently when circumstances require it.

Read a bit more about some of our most recent feature releases: The worlds fastest encoding service

What is DRM and How Does it Work?

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What is DRM and How Does it Work? Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems provide you with the ability to control how people can consume your content. Usually content owners and producers, like all the major Hollywood Studios and TV Stations, force content distributors to use specific DRM systems to protect each piece of content. Depending on the […]

HLS Player – HTML5/JS HLS Playback and Improved VR Support

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The new Bitmovin adaptive streaming player release v4.3 enables HTML5/JS based HLS playback without the need for plugins like Flash or Silverlight An HLS Player without Plugins Within our brand new version 4.3 player release, we have added the support for native HTML5/JS based HLS playback and enabled the usage of persistent poster images, making the Bitmovin […]

Adaptive Bitrate Streaming – Bitmovin, Fastly and Google Cloud Storage

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In combination with Fastly and Google Cloud Storage we are now able to deliver an end to end experience, from encoding to streaming to playback, that can easily compete with YouTube and Netflix Bitmovin enables high quality video streaming on the web with the smartest video encoding service and HTML5 adaptive player on the market. We utilize […]

Adobe Access DRM, PrimeTime Support and extended API in Player 4.2

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We are happy to announce our brand new 4.2 adaptive streaming player release which comes with a lot of new features and enhancements around adaptive streaming, DRM and VR We now support Adobe Access and Adobe PrimeTime protected streams, third party licensing servers and dynamic ad scheduling during runtime. The various API extensions, within v4.2 make […]

Bitmovin Player 4.0 Full Features for all Accounts Including DRM

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Right in time for a successful start to 2016, we’ve released the 4th major version of our MPEG-DASH & HLS adaptive streaming player! With this release, you’ll find not only a lot of new features and improvements, but you’ll also find the pricing has been completely revamped. We are very happy to announce, that former […]

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 […]

Successful Demonstrations in Hasselt

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In the context of the EU FP7 ICoSOLE Project, Bitmovin was part of the demonstration session in Hasselt, Belgium. The consortium presented their highly interesting work of the first project year. Ten technical demos were selected and successfully shown at the event. Each of the individual demonstrators represents an aspect of the ICoSOLE system and proves the validity of the chosen approach and technologies. […]

KroneHit Charity Livestream, Provided by Bitmovin

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KroneHit – Austria’s nationwide private radio broadcaster – has deployed Bitmovin’s cloud-based encoding service in combination with our HTML5 MPEG-DASH and HLS player to live stream a studio video feed KroneHit – Austria’s nationwide private radio broadcaster – has deployed Bitmovin’s cloud-based encoding service in combination with our HTML5 MPEG-DASH and HLS player to live […]

Medientage Munich 2014 – Looking Back

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by Gerald Zankl, Sales & Marketing Bitmovin. The Medientage Munich took place from October 22-24, 2014. The Medientage was also a great event this year, with a lot of very interested customers, good conference speakers, partners and many visitors. In this blogpost I want to first give you an overview of the Medientage Munich 2014, a […]

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