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4 April 2018
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What’s new - Enhanced Offline Support


Download manager improvement

The support of offline mode is now a must have for applications delivering video content. Subscribers want to access their content anywhere, even when the network is not available or not reliable enough for proper video streaming. 



Multi source support

Download speed has been increased with our new efficient algorithm. Now you can download as fast as your bandwidth allows. VO Player also has improved management over poor networks, with better error handling and smarter control for the application. 


Background Mode

Allow your subscribers to multi task by putting the application in background mode while they wait for their content to be downloaded. Background mode is now supported on all devices. 


Benefits of Offline Viewing

When an internet connection isn't available, such as during a travel, end-users can still enjoy premium video playback.

In some countries, internet availability and/or bandwidth is still limited. Users might choose to download beforehand to be able to watch content in a resolution that is high enough for a satisfactory viewing experience, and play during download. In this case, the issue typically isn't network availability but limited network bandwidth.

Geolocalization: some content providers might disallow DRM license delivery beyond a country's border. If users want to watch content while traveling outside the country, offline download is needed.


VO's secure video player is a multi-platform media player.
It incorporates multi-DRM support for VOD, live and catch-up content,
whether streamed or downloaded.
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Meet us at NAB

To see the VO Player in action, visit us at the French Pavilion, Booth SU4517. We will also be demonstrating our latest solutions in content protection, data analytics and immersive video experiences. 

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Insights from VO divider

Offering data savings of up to 25%, Apple has joined the Alliance for Open Media and thus added its name to the long list of companies championing the HEVC rival video codec AV1.


Sent by Mathieu Harel

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