Video encoding

Partner Highlight: Streamroot and Bitmovin bring audiences an impeccable streaming experience

At Streamroot, ensuring compatibility and forging ties with innovative players throughout the video distribution chain are top priorities. We’d therefore like to take the time today to highlight our technology partnership with Bitmovin, and the plug-and-play integration our teams have …

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HEVC encoding

HEVC Advance announces no more royalty fees for non-physical content distribution

Last week, HEVC Advance, one of the four HEVC patent pools, announced that it is eliminating subscription and title-by-title royalty fees for non-physical content distribution. This announcement makes all HEVC-encoded content distributed by streaming, cable, over-the-air broadcasts, and satellite royalty-free. …

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Streamroot Google Kubernetes

Scaling up with Google Kubernetes Engine: our experience after 6 months in production

One of the biggest trends we note lately in video workflow management, is the movement towards cloud-based architectures, and more specifically, to containerization. Solutions like Kubernetes offer huge advantages: with more efficient CPU usage, container-based applications can provide better performance …

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How to encode Multi-bitrate videos in MPEG-DASH for MSE based media players (2/2)

In our previous article How to encode Multi-bitrate videos in MPEG-DASH for MSE based media players (1/2), we examined how to encode a video file in different qualities with FFmpeg encoder. If all has gone well, you now have different files with different …

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