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September 07, 2016

Online Video News

DDVTech Updates MistServer, Claims Load Balancing Lead

The Dutch developer releases research which promotes claimed industry leading load-balancing and latency improvements for MistServer

NewTek To Debut IP Switcher at IBC

NewTek set to debut the NewTek IP Series production system at IBC, while other vendors will get behind the Alliance for IP Media Solution in Amsterdam

Video Quality Control Startup Mux Takes $2.8M in Seed Funding

Mux makes it simple for media companies to learn exactly what problems their viewers are experiencing, and then find solutions.

Featured Articles

What Broadcasters Can Learn From Netflix

Netflix may still rule the over-the-top world, but broadcasters can succeed with their own VOD services by both learning from Netflix and playing to their own strengths.

Netflix Finds x265 20% More Efficient than VP9

Netflix compared 5,000 clips from 500 titles in its library using the x264, x265, and libvpx codecs. x265's implementation of HEVC was the clear winner on quality and efficiency, but whether that matters in light of compatibility and licensing issues isn't so obvious.

Enhancing Live Streaming with Mixed Reality

Mixed reality, a combination of augmented reality and virtual reality, offers new possibilities for connecting with audiences

Industry News

Epiphan Video announces second generation live production system: Pearl-2

Epiphan Video, a leader in professional audiovisual capture, recording, and streaming products, announces the launch of Pearl-2™, their next generation an all-in-one live video encoder.

Brightcove Selects castLabs DRM Licensing Technology to Power Next-generation Media Delivery Security

DRMtoday to secure content streaming for Brightcove's media delivery platform.

Bitmovin raises $10.3m in Series A round led by Atomico

Funds will accelerate development of the company?s video infrastructure for the Web, an API-driven SaaS for developers to create Netflix-grade video platforms.