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Bitmovin Inc
301 Howard Street
Suite 1800

San Francisco 94105
USA

Phone: +1 650-458-5453
Web site: bitmovin.com
 
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The Bitmovin team co-created the MPEG-DASH standard, and as such has a deep insight into the technology that drives today’s online video industry. Bitmovin has been first movers in many of the important technological advances in the industry.

The Bitmovin Cloud Encoding Service offers a scalable cloud infrastructure capable of encoding up to 100x faster than any other service.

The Bitmovin Adaptive Streaming Player uses patented software technology to predict and avoid buffering better than any other player on the market.

All products support MPEG-DASH and HLS as well as DRM integration, Ad servers, HEVC, VR and 360° and much more.

This company is listed in the following categories:
Online Video PlatformsOTT VideoVideo Content Protection/DRMVideo Encoding/Transcoding
Video Formats/Players/CodecsEnterprise VideoMedia/Entertainment VideoOnline Video Industry
Articles Mentioned
HEVC in HLS: 10 Key Questions for Streaming Video Developers
Many who heard that Apple is adding support for HEVC playback in HTTP Live Streaming were left with more questions than answers. Here's what developers need to know.
BITMOVIN - Executive Predictions for 2018
Christopher Mueller CTO | BITMOVIN
Video: Is Apple's HEVC Support a Game-Changer for Content Providers?
Bitmovin's Stefan Lederer and Twitch's Tarek Amara discuss the changing market dynamics of HEVC in the current codec climate.
SMW 17: StreamOne's Ruud van der Linden Talks OVP Pre-Integration
Streaming Media's Tim Siglin interviews Ruud van der Linden, Founder and CEO of Netherlands-based online video platform StreamOne, at Streaming Media West 2017.
HEVC in HLS: How Does It Affect Device Performance?
If you're adding HEVC to your HLS video, you're likely concerned about the playback frame rate and battery live on the iPhones, iPads, and computers to which you're delivering. We tested a range of devices, and found the CPU impact to be negligible on most of them.