Netflix builds software in the cloud that encodes and processes video and images at scale. Our team drives innovation that enables more than 139 million paid Netflix members worldwide watch TV shows and movies with the best video quality possible.
Anne Aaron, Director of Encoding Technologies at Netflix, joins Intel® Chip Chat Network Insights in this archive of a live cast interview from the Visual Cloud conference and IBC Show 2019, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Anne’s team is responsible for generating media assets that deliver a compelling audio-visual experience to millions of Netflix members worldwide, no matter where, how and what they watch.
In this interview, Anne speaks to why AV1 will be important to Netflix business moving forward and provides great compression efficiency
Intel and Netflix share tremendous mutual trust in our collaborations, which drives the significant momentum in the performance gains seen over the last 3 or so months. Hear why a successful ramp of AV1 adoption into the ecosystem isn’t the end of our joint efforts – learn about future coding tools R&D will promote even more efficient CODECs.
Anne highlights the excitement generated by the advancement of encoding technologies which deliver the best experience, no matter where or when someone is watching to reach customers worldwide.
To learn more about how Netflix designs, builds, and operates their systems and engineering organizations, visit the Netflix tech blog here: https://medium.com/netflix-techblog
IBC and Intel collaborated on the 'Visual Cloud Conference' that brought together thought leaders across the industry to drive dialogue and advancements around the future of streaming media and other visual cloud services. View some of the demos and presentations from the event here: www.intel.com/visualcloud