MPEG-DASH


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MPEG-DASH

(MPEG-Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) An international standard for streaming video developed under the MPEG umbrella and based on the Adaptive HTTP protocol from the 3GPP alliance. It unifies features in Microsoft's Smooth Streaming, Adobe's HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) and Apple's HTTP Live Streaming (HLS). The standard can handle any type of media format, but specifically supports the MPEG-2 TS format used by Apple and the fragmented MP4 (fMP4) format used by Adobe and Microsoft.

The DASH Industry Forum was founded in 2012, and founding members include Microsoft, Netflix, Samsung and Akamai. See streaming protocols, HTTP Live Streaming, MPEG-2 TS and fragmented MP4.
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Section 2 introduces past research related to performance evaluations of MPEG-DASH-based media services, and Section 3 explains MPEG-DASH in brief.
Supported on all major operating systems, and compatible with all HTTP-based streaming protocols including HLS, MPEG-DASH and Smooth Streaming, the technology can run on any device, including IP set-top boxes, smart TVs, smartphones and tablets.
CVP-2 also provides for remote diagnostics and optimizes the consumer viewing experience by including support for Moving Picture Expert Group Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH), an adaptive delivery technology for high- quality streaming regardless of bandwidth variations on the home network.
The complementary MultiRights security architecture enables parallel delivery of HLS, Smooth Streaming and MPEG-DASH services with an integrated approach to rights management.
After careful evaluation, VisualOn's Onstream Apple TV solution, which enabling Altibox to use the same MPEG-DASH and Playready flow on tvOS as on Android and iOS has proved to be a very good fit for us.
In order to support SSAI, the client needs to be able to handle HLS DISCONTINUITY tags or MPEG-DASH manifests containing multiple periods.
Further, Bitmovin's founders co-created the MPEG-DASH video streaming standard that is used by Netflix and YouTube and delivers over 50% of total internet traffic.
Bitmovin's founders reportedly helped to pioneer the MPEG-DASH video standard that's used by Netflix and YouTube amongst many others.
It serves as a multiviewer and monitoring probe and helps operators efficiently ensure service quality and availability supporting formats from SMPTE 2110 to MPEG-DASH.
ABOX42 is also demonstrating advanced MPEG-DASH playout, with support for live TV, local recording, restart TV, cloud recording and time-shift TV.
VidiPath also provides for remote diagnostics and optimizes the consumer viewing experience by including support for Moving Picture Expert Group Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH), an adaptive delivery technology for high-quality streaming regardless of bandwidth variations on the home network.