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MPEG-DASH Ecosystem Status

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How dynamic is MPEG-DASH Ecosystem after IBC 2013 ? Here is an analysis of the latest trends and an extensive industry DASH-compliant solutions directory.

 

While most of IBC’s buzz was generated by the shiny HEVC + 4K couple, it was a good occasion to stand back from the hype and measure how one of the most important video standards (at least for the OTT world) had spread over the industry since last year. MPEG-DASH is not sexy (let’s remember that it’s basically a collection of XML schemes), it’s a bit boring (as it’s usually demonstrated with the Big Buck Bunny that you saw not less than 2.000 times) and it’s complex – but once you go past those defaults, you might find that its potential to simplify your workflows and boost the profitability of your video service is high…

And that’s precisely what the industry has finally understood: video distributors want to streamline their workflows and save their storage budgets by reducing the number of output formats, they search for ways to build long term strategies with evolutive solutions – and all of this implies rolling away from proprietary ABR solutions like Smooth Streaming, HLS, HDS and the now defunct Widevine WVM proprietary packaging format (rest in peace), DASH’s first victim.


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World's first complete solution for broadcast video over LTE networks with eMBMS, HEVC and MPEG DASH [PR]

World's first complete solution for broadcast video over LTE networks with  eMBMS, HEVC and MPEG DASH [PR] | Mobile Video Challenges Worldwide | Scoop.it

New end-to-end LTE broadcast solution will revolutionize video delivery in mobile networks and address growing consumer demand for TV Anywhere servicesEnables operators to efficiently launch media services over LTE with Ericsson's unique combination of three new standards: eMBMS, HEVC and MPEG DASHVerizon Wireless to introduce LTE Broadcast for entertainment and sporting events beginning in 2014Leading mobile network operator Telstra to commence trials on its live network in 2013


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MPEG-DASH: Struggling for Adoption?

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MPEG-DASH, and particularly the DASH264 spec, will help standardize and unify online video delivery, but the move to embrace has been slower going than the hype might suggest.

 

It may be early days for MPEG-DASH, the format intended to unify the various adaptive bit-rate (ABR) specifications, but there are already concerns of slower than expected take-up.

 

“There are several trials and lots of noise about MPEG-DASH, but we’ve yet to see concrete demand that point to DASH being the great unifier,” warns Bruce Devlin, CTO of AmberFin. “In fact, unless there is some operational agreement on how to use the standard between different platform operators, then it might become yet another format to support.”

 

MPEG-DASH was ratified as an international standard in November 2011 and published as by ISO a year ago. If 2012 was a proving-in year for the technology, with a number of proof-of-concept trials, the coming year may prove critical for widespread adoption.

 


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Momentum grows for MPEG-DASH at IBC2012

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MPEG-DASH, the dynamic adaptive streaming via HTTP standard, advanced further this week in Amsterdam at IBC2012 on its way to possibly becoming the next-generation delivery format for video content delivered via the Internet.

 

MPEG-DASH advanced with the announcement that the DASH Promoters Group is setting up the DASH Industry Forum (DASH-IF) to accelerate adoption of MPEG-DASH. DASH-IF will focus on promoting adoption of MPEG-DASH, publishing interoperability and deployment guidelines and facilitating interoperability tests and collaboration with standard bodies.


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