Madrid, Sept. 14, 2019 – NexPlayer and Videon today unveiled support for low latency and synchronization of over-the-top (OTT) video arrival times for all end-users. This workflow features interoperability between NexPlayer’s Android & iOS player SDKs, AWS Elemental MediaStore and Amazon CloudFront, and Videon’s Edge Compute Encoders. By leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS), NexPlayer and Videon can utilize standards-based HLS and DASH streaming to achieve less than 3 second low latency from camera to display and synchronized delivery across platforms. This structure is compatible with existing video workflows, whereas
June 21st, 2019– CDNetworks and NexPlayer have verified interoperability between the former’s content delivery network (CDN) and the latter’s media player for Android, iOS, Smart TVs, set-top boxes (STBs), and web browsers/apps. With this workflow, media organizations can achieve stable playback on all devices and platforms with minimal buffering times under a variety of network conditions. CDNetworksspecializes in media acceleration for live and video on-demand (VOD) content, helping reduce traffic congestion and broadcasting costs without compromising video stream performance. The construction and maintenance costs associated with large server networks in
Video service providers are now able to deploy video content with the best audio quality, without the limitation of having Dolby technology only on certain devices. NexPlayer’s integration with Dolby enables every single Android and iOS device to take advantage of this technology. This SDK solution includes intelligent ABR, HLS, DASH, closed captioning, multiple audio/video tracks, time shifting, low latency, 360° video, and is combined with Widevine DRM, making it suitable for any premium video content.