Adaptation Based on Video Context or “Per-Scene Adaptation”, reduces bandwidth consumption by adjusting the bitrate stream to the minimum bitrate required to maintain perfect visual quality for every segment within your video. Since Netflix began customizing their encoding ladder in order to optimize each of their titles individually, the idea of “Per-Title Encoding” has been […]
By encoding your videos using a multi-codec approach you can save up to 50% of your bandwidth consumption while maintaining quality and maximum device reach. In the spectrum of online video, you probably already know that H.264 (also known as AVC) is ubiquitous. Nearly every device and operating system supports decoding either on hardware or […]
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Bitmovin video infrastructure gave fuboTV customization options, speed to market and reliability to realize their vision and bring to market a service that customers love. fuboTV is known for their loyal global fan base and a lineup of over 75 channels that rivals many traditional pay TV offerings. This “upstart streaming TV service” has been […]
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Delivering a perfect user experience to your audience is not only complicated, but a constantly moving goalpost. Analytics can help you to keep your development on the right track. The key to building a successful video platform is great content. But great content served poorly is a huge problem. If your users have to wait […]
Delivering video to every device, every platform and every browser has become one of the biggest challenges in video. OTT, TVE and SVOD Traditional video entertainment continues to be disrupted by Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) services in major markets worldwide and Pay TV service operators and broadcasters fully understand that OTT and TVE are […]
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Containerization has opened up new possibilities in performance and efficiency and is a perfect fit for video encoding The difference between containerization and virtualization? Server-side technology has been on a steep development curve over recent years, as architects and system engineers have worked to streamline and optimize their workflows, as well as improve the performance […]
By encoding video at bitrates appropriate to the content of the video file, content providers can make significant bandwidth savings as well as quality improvements. Introduction Per-Title Encoding is not a new concept. In fact you can find research online that dates back several years, including this 2012 presentation: Choosing the Segment Length for Adaptive […]
AWS re:Invent 2017 Bitmovin is excited to be at the re:Invent conference. As an AWS Technology Partner, we are looking forward to catching up with the AWS community and demonstrating our video infrastructure solutions at this annual event in Las Vegas on Nov 27- Dec 1. Book a meeting with our team to see how […]
The 120th MPEG meeting concluded on October 27, 2017 in Macau, China with the following topics: Point Cloud Compression – MPEG evaluates responses to call for proposal and kicks off its technical work The omnidirectional media format (OMAF) has reached its final milestone MPEG-G standards reach Committee Draft for compression and transport technologies of genomic […]
For a truly submersive video experience, audio is a key component. Here is a look at both the challenges and the available solutions for 360 video. This October San Francisco hosted Demuxed, “The Conference for Video Engineers”, where I took the liberty to talk about one of my favourite subjects – audio. Audio is an […]