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Real-time Video Optimization with Beamr CABR and NVIDIA Holoscan for Media

This year at the NAB Show 2024 in Las Vegas, we are excited to demonstrate our Content-Adaptive Bitrate (CABR) technology on the NVIDIA Holoscan for Media platform. By implementing CABR as a GStreamer plugin, we have, for the first time, made bitrate optimization of live video streams easily achievable in the cloud or premise. Building […]

Beamr Tech boosts Video Machine Learning: Taking a look at training

Introduction Machine learning for Video is an expanding field, garnering vast interest, with generative AI for video picking up speed. However there are significant pain points for these technologies such as storage and bandwidth bottlenecks when dealing with video content, as well as training and inferencing speeds. In the following case study, we show that […]

Beamr CABR Poised to Boost Vision AI

By reducing video size but not perceptual quality, Beamr’s Content Adaptive Bit Rate optimized encoding can make video used for vision AI easier to handle thus reducing workflow complexity

Beamr Celebrates 50 Granted Patents

Receiving our 50th granted patent seemed like a good opportunity to reflect back on our IP journey, and share some lessons we learned along the way.

Adding Beamr’s Frame-Level Content-Adaptive Rate Control to the AV1 Encoder

In this post we present the results of integrating CABR’s content-adaptive rate control with the libaom AV1 encoder. CABR can reduce AV1 bitrates by a further 25-40% without compromising perceptual quality.

Optimizing Bitrates of User-generated Videos with Beamr CABR

In this blog post we present the results of a encoding a set of videos from YouTube’s UGC dataset with Beamr’s CABR technology.

How to deal with the tension of video on the mobile network – Part 1

Last week, the Internet erupted in furor over Verizon’s alleged “throttling” of video streaming services over their mobile network. With a quick glance at the headlines, and to the uninitiated, this could be perceived as an example of a wireless company taking their market dominance too far. Most commenters were quick to pontificate calling “interference” […]