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New THEOplayer Release, Clipping, Multiple Audio Renditions, MPEG-DASH, ...
It has been a very happy, very busy start of the New Year here at OpenTelly. Read about what we have been doing lately in the first 2016 newsletter: The release of THEOplayer 1.6 with exciting new features such as Clipping and Multiple Audio. Also check out the case study with Hudl, a leading sports and technology company, and the technical blog post we recently published about Content Protection with AES-128 Encryption.

Furthermore, over the last months, our product team developed the most 
lean and mean MPEG-DASH player in the industry! It is build from the ground up, with our experience in multi-platform HLS playback in HTML5 in mind. Do you need a fully HTML5 based playback solution including DRM support? Join our MPEG-DASH program today!

Last but not least, we want to say thanks to our clients and partners for their continuing enthusiasm and support! We hope that you enjoy hearing all about our newest updates. In case you have some questions or remarks, do not hesitate to let us know!
A new major update of our fully HTML5 based video player THEOplayer is now available. The 1.6 version of THEOplayer has become even more robust, leaner, quicker and guarantees video publishers an even smoother playback for live and on-demand video. In this newsletter you can read about Frame Accurate Clipping and Multiple Audio Renditions. This new release contains a long list of new exciting features. Read here the complete overview of the most exciting new features such as MP3 support and automatic Recovery Fallback Mechanism in THEOplayer 1.6.
THEOplayer - Frame Accurate Clipping
Frame Accurate Clipping
THEOplayer allows publishers to easily create and share only the interesting parts of HLS video with their viewers using the newly added clipping feature. THEOplayer’s clipping feature allows for fast, efficient and frame-accurate clipping in HLS video-on-demand streams. Read more about it here!
THEOplayer - Multiple Audio Renditions
Multiple Audio Renditions
Multiple audio renditions in an HLS manifest allow publishers to use multiple audio tracks for a single video stream. This allows publishers to easily support multiple languages for a Live or VOD stream without having to create different separate video assets. The viewer is able to select his preferred language in the control bar of THEOplayer.
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THEOplayer - Hudl
Case Study: Hudl

Hudl is a leading software company revolutionizing the way coaches and athletes prepare for and stay ahead of the competition. In this case study we outline how and why Hudl uses THEOplayer into their popular sports video analysis platform. Together Hudl and THEOplayer help coaches and athletes win even more. Read in the full case study how THEOplayer helped Hudl to improve the quality perception of their video analysis tools and increase its customer retention. Click here to read the full case study.
THEOplayer Announces MPEG-DASH Support!
The last few months we have not only been working on the development of our HLS version of THEOplayer… Developed with our experience in multi-platform HLS playback in HTML5 in mind, our product team has developed - from the ground up - the most lean and mean MPEG-DASH player in the industry with an incredibly small payload and extremely fast response times. We are currently looking for parties that are interested in joining our extended testing and integration program for our new MPEG-DASH player. Read all info here and contact us now!
Join Our MPEG-DASH Program
[BLOG] Content Protection with AES-128 Encryption
With the increase of piracy, protecting media content is one of the key concerns of many publishers. In this blog post, we outline the most popular method for content protection with the HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) protocol: AES-128 content encryption. The need for content protection has been recognised by many different streaming protocols, which have added support for content protection in various forms and flavours. AES-128 encryption has been present in the HLS specification from the first draft of the protocol, putting content protection high on the priority list. Read more about AES-128 Encryption in our blog post.
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