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Video Encoding

The Bitmovin Cloud Encoding Service is capable of encoding MPEG-DASH and HLS up to 100x faster than real time which makes it easily the fastest encoding service on the market today. This section of our blog is devoted to providing you with information, not just on our video encoding service, but also on the state of the adaptive streaming industry, in particular the wide range of technologies associated with adaptive streaming.

You can view our product page to learn more about our Video Encoding service.

Delivering the Best Quality of Experience with Cloud-based Encoding

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The demand for high-quality video continues to grow at a steady pace Streamed video content […]

Improving QoE with Bitrate Upscaling ft Teleport Media

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Starting in the late 2010s, consumers, OTT providers, and device manufacturers have come to expect […]

HDR: Delivering the Best Quality from Encoding to Playback

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With the increase in demand for premium content, you’re being pushed to deliver content faster, […]

The VP9 Codec: How Does It Stack Up?

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If you work with video, picking a codec is a critical decision that will affect […]

ATHENA Lab: Improving Viewer Experiences with Scalable Light Field Coding (SLFC)

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Immersive Viewer Experiences with Light Field Imaging  Light field imaging is a promising technology that […]

Why Audio Encoding is Just as Important as Video Encoding

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When you think about streaming online content, you might be tempted to focus on the […]

Cloud-based Per-Title Encoding Workflows (with AWS) – Part 2: Implementing the Encoding Workflow

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Implementing Cloud-Based Per-Title Encoding in the Real World Bitmovin’s gives developers access to industry-leading codecs and […]

Bitmovin’s Intern Series: The Journey from x86 to ARM – Testing AMD vs ARM vs Intel

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Part III – The Epic Battle of CPU Architectures: AMD vs ARM vs Intel Selecting, […]

Cloud-based Per-Title Encoding Workflows (with AWS) – Part 1: Establishing the Architecture

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If you work with video on the internet, you know how resource-intensive encoding can be. […]

Bitmovin’s Intern Series: The Journey from x86 to ARM – Applying Docker Tags

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Part II – Applying Docker Tags to ARM The Journey from x86 to ARM continues […]