Exciting things are happening at NexPlayer, our South Korean branch just got too big for its premises and we had to move to a new office, but we’ve done it in style, our new office is looking amazing! The new facilities offer us the opportunity to better serve our loyal customers and work with our valuable business partners. We look forward to continuing to serve your needs and work with you at our new location.
NexPlayer is the only Widevine Player SDK that offers multi-device support for both HLS and DASH streaming with Google Widevine. As a certified Widevine implementation partner NexPlayer provides the only player for all Android and iOS devices for both streaming protocols with Widevine encryption. Without a player SDK that can support Widevine on Apple HLS, OTT providers would have to migrate their streaming architecture to MPEG-DASH streaming or have to apply multiple DRM technologies to securely stream their content. In this demo we will provide a quick overview of how […]
September 24th 2020 – NexPlayer and Sceenic joined forces to combine the leading multiscreen player SDK with the Sceenic Watch Together technology, where users can video chat whilst watching their video content. The integration takes the advantage of the market-proven Sceenic video chat technology, Watch Together, with the powerful NexPlayer multiscreen software. As an example, thanks to the usage of Suggested Presentation Delay protocol (SPD), the video chats are synchronized across all Android and iOS devices. Low latency combined with synchronization of video arrival brings the Watch Together experience as […]
Amidst a global pandemic, theatres, opera houses, and other cultural venues around the world have had to drop the curtain on their live performances. For many that enjoy the opera, ballet and musical theatre, it has become a painful reality that flies in the face of the industry’s mantra that “The Show Must Go On”. Many who have looked into implementing a high-quality live stream alternative have quickly realized the challenge, for both its perceived complexity as well as its costly investment. To solve this problem, Videon and NexPlayer have […]
TenTime is the first Arabic interactive video on-demand streaming platform offering the largest collection of shows, series, movies and music in high definition targeting the Arabic speaking population around the world. CHALLENGE To match the quality of their content, TenTime needed to offer a professional, reliable, and broadcast-quality playback experience across all of their users’ devices, including Android mobile phones and tablets as well as Samsung & LG Smart TVs. TenTime decided that developing their own media player using Open Source technologies would require an expensive technical staff to build […]
NexPlayer has added a new MultiView feature in Android and iOS Player SDKs that allows broadcasters to display up to 5 simultaneous live streams to viewers with frame-accurate video synchronization within the same player frame. NexPlayer has years of experience working with the top sports brands in the world, including NBA, MLB, NFL, Ryder Cup, NCAA and ATP: As well as top broadcasters like Sky, Turner, DirecTV, and Bell that cover major sporting events like the World Cup and the Olympic Games: The NEXPlayer Multiviewer offers these brands and broadcasters […]
NexPlayer has partnered with Videon, AWS Elemental MediaStore, and Amazon CloudFront to achieve sub 3-second end-to-end latency at scale worldwide. In addition, these workflows offer stream synchronization across devices to ensure all viewers are seeing the video content at the same time. The first workflow report focuses on creating low cost, low latency, HTTP streaming workflows using AWS and NexPlayer with Videon’s EdgeCaster encoder. In this report, we validate and measure the latency using the NexPlayer player application on different platforms (phones, tablets, and browsers) when video is encoded […]