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Discover the innovative partnerships and groundbreaking projects that have defined Motion Spell's journey in the ultramedia landscape. From global tech giants to pioneering startups, our collaborations showcase the versatility and impact of our solutions based on GPAC. Dive into each story to learn more about how we've transformed challenges into opportunities and pushed the boundaries of multimedia technology.

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Netflix

Netflix's commitment to open standards culminated in their transition to a model anchored in open-source software. Their collaboration with Motion Spell led to the deployment of GPAC, revolutionizing Netflix's video encoding and packaging platform across their global content operations.

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Quortex

Quortex's innovative "just-in-time everything" approach was realized in partnership with Motion Spell, demonstrating the adaptability and robustness of our solutions in diverse operational scenarios. Quortex was later acquired by Synamedia.

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Instagram

Instagram, a subsidiary of Meta Platforms, Inc., tapped into GPAC's MP4Box, achieving a staggering 94% reduction in video compute times. This optimization ensured uninterrupted video uploads for its vast user base and underscores the tremendous benefits and optimizations possible with GPAC.

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Akamai

Motion Spell fortified Akamai's leadership in deploying MPEG-DASH by enhancing the GPAC open-source software, facilitating seamless MPEG-DASH deployment for Akamai's clientele.

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Compliance Warden

Motion Spell developed a conformance testing tool,“Compliance Warden” for the "Multi-Image Application Format" (MIAF). Compatible with all modern web browsers, it bolstered interoperability for MIAF and its derivatives, positioning it as a formidable competitors to replace JPEG, PNG, and GIF.

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AWS Elemental

AWS Elemental, a part of Amazon Web Services (AWS), harnessed the GPAC player to pioneer the support for HEVC 4K 10 bits 60 fps streams. This collaboration with Motion Spell showcased the first encoder with such advanced capabilities at NAB 2014.

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DTS

DTS (now part of Xperi) engaged Motion Spell to assess the alignment between their software and codec bitstream format specifications. Motion Spelled was engaged to support DTS with enhanced specifications, software improvements, and a fortified test suite, ensuring DTS's continued industry leadership.

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EBU-DASH-IF

With the EBU's support, the DASH Industry Forum sponsored the development of the first DASH profiles in GPAC. This initiative laid the foundation for a plethora of DASH datasets, serving as pivotal interoperability points.

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Eutelsat

Eutelsat, a titan in the satellite industry, engaged Motion Spell to craft a SAT>IP gateway and player based on GPAC. This project capitalized on GPAC's hybrid broadcast-broadband capabilities, enabling Eutelsat to roll out intricate hybrid services.

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Fox Networks Group

Fox Networks Group (now under The Walt Disney Company) leveraged GPAC for its transition to 4K and IP technologies. Their partnership with Motion Spell led to the integration of Dektec SDI card support, ensuring efficient monitoring of SDI and DASH UHD streams.

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DASH-IF Conformance Tool

The DASH-IF Test and Conformance Working Group entrusted the refactoring of the DASH-IF Conformance Software to a consortium spearheaded by Motion Spell, in collaboration with Fraunhofer FOKUS.

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Molotov

Molotov, now a subsidiary of Fubo TV, built a live professional distribution encoder tailored to their requirements. Their collaboration with Motion Spell stands as a testament to GPAC's reliability in real-time operations.

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Cisco

Cisco, a leading multinational technology company, needed to migrate their low-latency live out of the Flash Player. This involved migrating video streams from RTSP and RTMP to low-latency MPEG-DASH. This involved 24/7 operation deployments at a huge scale, with a variety of sources.

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ARD & RBB Text

ARD, Germany's leading public broadcasting network, and RBB Text, the teletext service of Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, aimed to enhance their live streams with subtitles. Their goal was to ensure accessibility parity between OTT and broadcast services while preparing for expected regulatory changes in the industry.

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