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Changes to fMP4 outputs in Encoder version 2.153.0

Best Practice Guide: REST API 5xx Errors

The objective of this best practice guide is to provide information on what HTTP server 5xx errors mean; why and where they can possibly occur; and what could be done when they actually occur while using Bitmovin Encoding APIs.

Optimizations: reducing turnaround time for VOD encodings

A collection of recommendations for users whose primary concern is to get their encodings to run fast and finish as early as possible.

Using SPEKE for DRM

To keep your DRM configuration simple and secure, your DRM provider may support the ability to exchange keys through the SPEKE protocol. This tutorial describes how to configure your Bitmovin encoding to use SPEKE

Bitmovin CDN Output (Beta)

Encoding - Thumbnail generation support for VoD

Thumbnail types generation supported by Bitmovin Encoding, for VoD use cases

Simple Encoding API - Live

Simple Live Encoding Jobs are an easy way to transcode your RTMP or SRT Input into a best practise bitrate ladder for efficient, high-quality DASH/HLS delivery to your audience. All you need is a single API call that provides the input type, and an output to store the encoded live content.

Simple Encoding API - VoD

Simple Encoding jobs provide a quick and easy way to convert your input files into streamable content that gets automatically optimized for efficient, quality-optimized DASH/HLS delivery using Bitmovin’s Per-Title Technology. All you need is one API call that provides the input and output details.

Supported Inputs and Outputs Protocols for Live streams

Stream Conditions

This page lists the stream condition attributes available to configure, and their meaning.

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