Category Archives: DASH
We are proud to announce that our article “A Comparative Study of DASH Representation Sets Using Real User Characteristics” has been accepted for publication in the 26th ACM SIGMM Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and … Continue reading
The ITEC project around adaptive media streaming over HTTP – which significantly contributed to the MPEG-DASH standard – has been nominated for the prestigious Houskapreis 2016 in the category of ‘academic research’ (German “Universitäre Forschung”). The project will presented to … Continue reading
We are proud to announce that our article Investigating the Performance of Pull-based Dynamic Adaptive Streaming in NDN has been accepted for publication in IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (Special Issue on Video Distribution over Future Internet). The … Continue reading
We are proud to announce that the ACM MMSys 2016 will be held in Klagenfurt, Austria. A preliminary call for papers is already available here. We want to emphasize that co-located to the MMSys 2016 there is a range of … Continue reading
We are proud to announce that we are going to attend this years ICME in Torino, Italy. The following full paper of Christopher Mueller (Bitmovin GmbH) got accepted for an oral presentation: Oscillation Compensating Dynamic Adaptive Streamin Over HTTP, Christopher … Continue reading
bitcodin.com is the future of transcoding, providing a high performance cloud-service to transcode multimedia content orders of magnitudes faster than real-time, even for highest 4K qualities and beyond. Read the full article at www.bitcodin.com/blog Try it now for free at … Continue reading
For more information: MuSIC Workshop Topics of Interests Video-on-demand applications, prototypes, and demos over ICN Voice/video conferencing applications, prototypes, and demos over ICN Novel multimedia applications, prototypes, and demos over ICN Error and loss control and mitigation Congestion detection and … Continue reading
We are proud to announce that our Demo paper at the ACM MMSys 2015 in Portland, from 18th to 20th of March, got accepted. The demonstration will show our latest cutting edge research on Inter-Destination Multimedia Synchronization. For a sneak … Continue reading
bitmovin has launched the official product website www.dash-player.com for the MPEG-DASH player bitdash. The bitdash players enable MPEG-DASH playback on any web browser using either HTML5 as well as Flash, depending on the browser and version, and even on mobile platforms using HTML5. That happens within our player SDK, so that the people using our players do not have to care about that, it simply works everywhere and can be controlled via an unified API. Another key differentiation factor from other DASH-players is that bitdash pays high attention to stability and performance, meaning that bitdash is the player to be the one with the fastest startup delay, best adaption algorithms and thus quality, and of course stability.
Feel free to download a free version on www.dash-player.com and give it a try! And stay tuned, we will release more information about bitdash – the HTML5/Flash MPEG-DASH player – in the following days!
Read more on that in bitmovin’s company blog:
http://www.bitmovin.net/blog/2014/10/launch-bitdash-www-dash-player-com/ Continue reading
We are happy to announce that we are going to attend this year’s ACM Multimedia (ACM MM), Orlando, Florida, (Nov. 3-7, 2014.). Full Paper Title: Self-Organized Inter-Destination Multimedia Synchronization for Adaptive Media Streaming Authors: B. Rainer, and C. Timmerer Abstract: … Continue reading