Subscribe to our Newsletter

Motion Spell - Blog

Diving into ultra-low latency for live using MPEG-DASH

Diving into ultra-low latency for live using MPEG-DASH Low latency with HTTP-streaming (segment-based) technologies is a challenge. In particular MPEG-DASH is gaining adoption among international industry consortiums such as DVB with DVB DASH or ETSI with HbbTV 2.0 (not published yet), with a growing focus on live use-cases. For such...

Summary of NAB'14 from the GPAC Licensing team

Summary of NAB'14 from the GPAC Licensing team Dear followers, We are back from NAB and we wanted to share with you few projects we found particularly interesting. Some of them we are part of, and some of them which just amazed us. GPAC demos GPAC was present on several...

Slides: MPEG CENC and HTML5 EME (Leveraging content protection for Web distribution)

Slides: MPEG CENC and HTML5 EME A week ago, I gave a conference hosted by the OVFS about ways to protect your content when distributing it on the Web. It deals with: MPEG Common Encryption (CENC) which is supported by GPAC; HTML5 Encrypted Media Extensions (EME); and some explanations about...

What is a standard and what does it cover? (featuring a MPEG-DASH case study)

What is a standard and what does it cover? (featuring a MPEG-DASH case study) In this article, I am going to cover one of the most common questions in the multimedia field: what is a standard and what does it cover? Once you have read this article, you will notice...

HbbTV: reference software, test-sets, and compliance checkers are important

Reference software, test-sets, and compliance checkers are important Before the summer, we were invited to a private 4K demonstration from several vendors. The GPAC team had provided its Osmo player for HEVC playback with DASH on Android. There were also other demonstrations. In particular we saw a booth with some...

GPAC Licensing

GPAC Licensing Welcome to the GPAC Licensing website! GPAC Licensing aims to bring GPAC to the next level of cooperation with our industry partners. GPAC has been used by many of the industry key players and licensed several times. GPAC has never shown so much interest: SVC, fragmented MP4, DASH,...