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Research and Technology

Video streaming is a fast moving area and to deliver the best possible product we need to be across a variety of technologies and systems. Our team is not only keeping abreast of latest trends and techniques, but are also actively driving the development of new technology. Bitmovin is at the forefront of MPEG-DASH and streaming media research, in fact we were instrumental in, and continue to assist in development of the MPEG-DASH standard.

More to read: Advanced Transport Options for DASH: QUIC and HTTP/2,  Ultra-High-Definition-Quality of Experience with MPEG-DASHHTTP/2.0 and DASH: Planning Tomorrow’s Improved Video Delivery

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 / […]


BitExperiments – Quarterly Hackathon Summary

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Decode, Decompress, and HACK! Here at Bitmovin, we’re blessed to be surrounded by bright and […]


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 […]


CEO Feature: IBC 2019 Takeaways – VidTech Industry is shifting to a Multi-Codec & Multi-Device World

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After an exhilarating & successful experience as an exhibitor at IBC 2019 in Amsterdam for […]


2019 Video Developer Report – The Future of Video: AV1 Codec, AI & Machine Learning, and Low Latency

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Download now: The 2019 Video Developer Report reveals the immense growth opportunities today’s developers must […]


A.I. Encoding Uses Machine Learning to Speed Up Processing and Improve Quality

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A.I. Encoding workflow running on a containerized “chunk-based” infrastructure with ML-based machine learning model delivers […]


Cool New Video Tools: Five Encoding Advancements Coming in AV1

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Now that AV1 has entered its final stage of development and is getting close to […]


MPEG 121 Meeting Report

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The 121st MPEG meeting concluded on January 26, 2018 in Gwangju, Korea with the following […]


CTO Predictions: Containerization, Quality Optimization and Other Key Trends to Watch in 2018

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2017 was a huge year for video, and 2018 looks like it could be even […]