THEOplayer Blog

Rolling out Roku: Why?

"Rolling out Roku: Why?" is the first part of a 3-part series. "Rolling out Roku: How?" can be found here. Immediately interested in rolling out Roku with THEOplayer? Have a look at our third insight of the series : "Rolling out Roku: THEOplayer".

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Low-Latency Everywhere: How to Implement LL-HLS Across Platforms

With the publication of the iOS 14 family last September, Apple has officially released LL-HLS support across its ecosystem. The Apple device family, which spans iPhones, iPads and Apple TVs has a significant market share. With about 25% of mobile devices worldwide running iOS, and th …

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Getting Started with THEOplayer

THEOplayer is the leading all-round Video Player that enables hundreds of leading payTV, OTT service providers, broadcasters and publishers worldwide to focus on their business, as well as provide a first-class viewing experience for their customers. THEO is enabling their customers t …

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THEO Technologies enables Swisscom to expand Blue TV to connected TV with THEOplayer

THEO Technologies enables Swisscom to launch its blue TV streaming service across Connected TVs using its Universal Video Player technology.

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THEO Technologies Highly Commended with HESP in CSI Awards 2020

Established in 2003 the CSI awards are among the most prestigious and competitive technology awards in the industry, designed to recognise and reward innovation and excellence in the cable, satellite, broadcast, IPTV, telco, broadband/OTT video, mobile TV and associated sectors.

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Low Latency DASH (LL-DASH)

Apple’s HLS and MPEG-DASH are two of the most popular HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS) protocols that have become the de facto industry standards. In this blog we will talk about MPEG-DASH, more specifically its low latency variant (LL-DASH), explain how it works and things to consider w …

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LL-HLS Series: Implementing LL-HLS with ABR, Subtitles, DRM and SSAI

In our previous blog posts we have discussed a number of different topics regarding Apple’s Low Latency HLS (LL-HLS) such as its main use cases and how to implement and configure it in an end-to-end solution. We also discussed how LL-HLS has evolved, and how those changes have impacte …

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ABR para un uso más eficiente del ancho de banda [Spanish]

BitRate indica la velocidad a la que se entrega el contenido de video (o cualquier otro dato). Representa la cantidad de bits por segundo que se transmiten digitalmente a través de una red. La velocidad de la tasa de bits también puede determinar el costo de entrega. En un contexto de …

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Speak the Language: Multi Audio and Language Localisation

As video streaming rises globally, the challenge is not only to get your content to your viewers’ screens, but also in their language. Only providing your application, audio and subtitles in one language can present a barrier to reach a wider audience, or miss a majority of viewers co …

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LL-HLS Series: Implementing LL-HLS Today

In previous blogs we’ve covered how the LL-HLS spec has evolved and changed, as well as how it actually works. In this blog we want to discuss how the end-to-end solution would look, which use case the spec suits best and what THEO recommends for LL-HLS implementation.

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