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HomerHEVC encoder and GPAC

HomerHEVC encoder and GPAC This is an invited article from Juan Casal of HomerHEVC. This article belongs the "GPAC industry use-cases" category which shows how industry actors use GPAC in their projects. Please click here to read the original version of this article. Creating HEVC videos in .mp4 and .ts...

Summary of IBC’15 from the GPAC Licensing team

Summary of IBC’15 from the GPAC Licensing team Dear followers, We are back from IBC and we wanted to share with you our thoughts and feelings about IBC 2015. First of all, there are always more demos powered by GPAC (open-source, standardization) or GPAC Licensing (industry partnerships, licenses and products)....

Introducing the Bevara preservation solution

Introducing the Bevara preservation solution ARCHIVES 2015, Cleveland, OH, USA IBC 2015, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Bevara Bevara introduces a new way to preserve your digital data. The Bevara solution leaves your data untouched i.e. there is never any loss due to format conversion or need to do format migration. Preserved...

"How Google Works" book review

"How Google Works" book review Dear readers, Introduction Today we are going to review the book "How Google Works". This book talks about the future of organizations with Google structure as a background story. The authors are Eric Schmidt (Chairman, ex-CEO) and Jonathan Rosenberg (ex-VP Products). Analysis on the situation...

An interview with StreamRoot, the company that makes popular video events flawless

An interview with StreamRoot, the company that makes popular video events flawless Featured Start-up! This place is dedicated to support some interesting start-ups of our ecosystem. Most of them use the technologies that we designed or implemented. Feel free to contact them if you like what they do! If you...

Protecting content for Web distribution

Protecting content for Web distribution Update from 2015/03/16: now publicly available for free. Enjoy! If you wish to get more videos, you can subscribe to our mailing-list on the right panel, right next to this video. Links from this video (order of appearance): www.gpac.io www.gpac-licensing.com www.gpac.io/mp4box/encryption/common-encryption/ download.microsoft.com/download/E/A/4/EA470677-6C3C-4AFE-8A86-A196ADFD0F78/Content%20Decryption%20Module%20Interface%20Specification.pdf microsoft.com/playready/features/ClientOptions.aspx techblog.netflix.com/2014/06/html5-video-in-safari-on-os-x-yosemite.html blog.mozilla.org/blog/2014/05/14/drm-and-the-challenge-of-serving-users/...

Passage from 2014 to 2015

Passage from 2014 to 2015 Dear readers, Happy new year! May 2015 bring you happiness and success :) We just wanted to share with you our views on what happens in 2014 and what will happen in 2015. There are many retrospectives and futurology articles out-there. As Alan Kay said:...

Apple HLS: technical in-depth

Apple HLS: technical in-depth Content Master, Variants and Renditions Version 1 Version 2 Version 3 Version 4 Version 5 Version 6 Version 7 An introduction to Apple HLS is available as: Apple HLS: introduction. A summary table of the versions and revisions is available as: Apple HLS: comparing versions. Master,...

Apple HLS: comparing versions

Apple HLS: comparing versions An introduction to Apple HLS is available as: Apple HLS: introduction. A technical analysis of the versions is available as: Apple HLS: technical in-depth. Versions and revisions HLS comes in different versions. As of when this article is written, version numbers from 1 to 7. Each...

Apple HLS: introduction

Apple HLS: introduction A sequel to this article is available as: Apple HLS: comparing versions. What is HLS HLS is a protocol for transmitting multimedia data over HTTP. HLS describes a playlist format called M3U8 and a media segment format based on: MPEG-2 (TS, PS, ES), or ISOBMFF MPEG-4 Fragmented...