The HbbTV Association has partnered with the DVB industry consortium to compile a DASH validation tool.
HbbTV Association chair, Vincent Grivet, said that validation tool “will help application developers and content providers verify that their services are compliant with the HbbTV/DVB DASH profiles, enabling them to offer compelling hybrid services that enhance the viewer experience.”
DVB chair, Peter MacAvock, said: “DVB and HbbTV have a close relationship and common membership, making this the perfect partnership. Content delivery is becoming increasingly complex. Working together, we are bringing simplicity to content conformance for DASH-delivered streams.
The HbbTV Association is a global initiative dedicated to providing an open standard for the delivery of broadcast and broadband services through connected TVs and set-top boxes.
DVB is an industry-led consortium that includes broadcasters, manufacturers, network operators, software developers and regulators, which designs open interoperable technical specifications for the global delivery of digital media and broadcast services.
DVB-DASH defines the delivery of live and on-demand TV content over the open internet via HTTP adaptive streaming. It is referenced in the HbbTV specifications, which means that many devices in the market currently support this profile.
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10 December 2018 @ 21:30:00 UTC