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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

Amazon S3 Outage – What happened?

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Between 18:45 UTC and 20:45 UTC on February 28, 2017 Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service […]


Will Google’s Push to HTTPS Disrupt Your Video Delivery?

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The web is moving from HTTP to HTTPS on it’s journey to a more secure […]


MPEG News from its 117th Meeting: OMAF & Global Media Technology Standards for an Immersive Age

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The 117th MPEG meeting concluded on Jan 20, 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland and featured some hot […]


The end of Flash could be just weeks away

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Is your video platform future proof? The web is moving away from Flash, towards a pure HTML5 web […]


MPEG-VR: One Ring to Rule Them

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Virtual Reality (VR) has gained a lot of momentum recently which has called standards development […]


News from the Future Internet: Adaptive Video Streaming Over Information-Centric Networking

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We all know about adaptive video streaming (DASH, HLS) but what is information-centric networking (ICN) and […]


MPEG-CMAF: Threat or Opportunity?

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What is CMAF? In February 2016 at the 114th MPEG meeting in San Diego, an […]


Build a Virtual Reality Website for HTML5 Browsers

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Thanks to MOZVR and their A-Frame JavaScript framework, you can now create a completely immersive web […]


Advanced Transport Options for DASH: QUIC and HTTP/2 (Part II)

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In the first part of this blog post we provided a rough overview of QUIC and […]


QoE with High Definition Video Through Adaptive Streaming with MPEG-DASH – 3

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  This is the third and final part of our series on high quality video streaming where […]


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