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Bitmovin Inc
301 Howard Street
Suite 1800

San Francisco 94105
USA

Phone: +1 650-458-5453
Web site: www.bitmovin.com
 
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Profile

Bitmovin is a leading provider of video software and cloud infrastructure for online media companies and enterprises globally. Bitmovin technology innovations focus on video encoding, playback, and analytics around user experiences. Innovations include the co-authoring of the MPEG-DASH streaming protocol and the first commercial HTML5 MPEG-DASH player, as well as massively parallel cloud-native API-driven encoding, featuring the first commercial AV1 next-generation codec.

Bitmovin is based in San Francisco, CA, USA and Klagenfurt, Austria and privately owned. Our investors include YCombinator (YC S15), Highland Europe, Atomico, SpeedInvest, Constantia Industries and Dawn Capital.

For more information, please visit www.bitmovin.com.

Product Description

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.

Online Resources
  • Bitmovin Video Encoding
    Massively distributed video encoding that runs anywhere. We believe that video encoding should be decoupled from the underlying hardware to enable agile media teams to deploy anywhere based on their needs. We developed Bitmovin Video Encoding to be the most flexible encoding in the market that does not lock you into a specific hardware or cloud.
  • Bitmovin Video Player
    Deliver High Quality Video Everywhere. We take care of device compatibility, platform updates, new streaming formats & codecs, DRM, ads and new features so you can focus on your core business.
  • Video Analytics for Developers
    Control and present your data exactly the way your team needs it.
  • Digital Rights Management
    Integrate DRM into your video encoding and playback systems easily and reliably.
  • Live Streaming With No Limits
    Bitmovin's containerized encoding allows a single live stream to be scaled across multiple instances to deliver highest quality. Live-to-VoD for instant playback and highlights. Live HEVC, VP9, AV1, DRM, 60FPS, 4K. In the cloud or on-premise
This company is listed in the following categories:
Content ProtectionEncoding/TranscodingFormats/Codecs/ProtocolsLive Streaming
Mobile VideoOTT TVVideo AdvertisingVR/AR/MR
Education VideoEnterprise VideoGovernment VideoMedia/Entertainment Video
Online Video Industry
Articles Mentioned
VVC and AV1 Show Efficiency Gains; MPEG Announces Third Next-Gen Codec
BBC R&D finds that AV1 produces better low-bitrate quality than HEVC, but the codec picture will get even muddier in 2020 as MPEG fast tracks VVC, MPEG-5 EVC, and LCEVC
Encoding & Transcoding 2018: Part 3
We wrap up our survey of the encding and transcoding landscape with looks at Verizon Digital Media Services, Media Excel, Comprimato, Elecard, Capella Systems, Epic Labs, EuclidIQ, and NGCodec.
Encoding & Transcoding 2018: Part 2
We continue our survey of the encoding & transcoding market with looks at Encoding.com, Bitmovin, Brightcove, Beamr, Synamedia, and Ericsson/MediaKind
Encoding & Transcoding 2018: Part 1
Encoding and transcoding are at the heart of every OTT and online video workflow. The first article in this three-part series gives an overview of the technologies and a look at three major players in the space: Harmonic, AWS Elemental, and Telestream.
Commentary: It's Not AV1 vs. HEVC
With Apple joining the Alliance for Open Media, there's been a lot of talk about AV1 vs. HEVC. But we no longer live in an either/or world, and can now give viewers what they want with minimal cost and effort compared to years gone by.

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