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The Bitmovin Adaptive Streaming Player delivers a broadcast quality user experience with fast start up and no buffering native in HTML5 as well as a wide range of native apps and platforms, which means no third party plugins. This section of our blog is devoted to the wide range of topics associated with adaptive video playback in a commercial environment including; DRM, ad servers, 360 Video, Virtual Reality, Live Streaming, MPEG-DASH, HLS, Video on Demand (VOD), Over the top content (OTT). Find out more about the Bitmovin Video Player

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Successful Demonstrations in Hasselt

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 …


KroneHit Charity Livestream, Provided by Bitmovin

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 …


MPEG-DASH and MPEG-CENC-DRM, the Answer to your DRM Problems!

On September 23, 2013 Google stated that starting January 2014 it would block NPAPI plugins, with a few exceptions, such as Microsoft Silverlight. At the time the company also announced …


Medientage Munich 2014 – Looking Back

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 …


HTML5 is Finally Standardized

Yesterday, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published the HTML5 specification as Recommendation, which is their name for a final version of a standard. This new HTML standard brings a lot …


Launch of bitdash, The Bitmovin Adaptive Streaming Player

Note: Since this post was originally published, the bitdash player has been renamed as the Bitmovin Adaptive Streaming Player. You can sign up for a free account and use the …