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Opera will launch enhanced HTML5 TV

Opera has announced that the company will be launching an enhanced HTML5 TV rendering engine at IBC. Opera Devices SDK 4.2 brings Android, RDK and 4K supports plus new full internet browser. 

The Opera Devices SDK 4.2 comes packed with new features:

  • Support for HbbTV 1.5, the latest version of the broadband broadcast specification, with the debut of HbbTV on Opera’s Blink product.
  • A media-streaming option with support for adaptive bitrate streaming, including MPEG-Dash, HTTP Live Streaming and Smooth Streaming. This enables support for all kinds of video services, with better quality and a better user experience.
  • Support for Timed Text Markup Language (TTML) according to a Smart TV Alliance specification and support for multiple video, audio and text tracks for better rendering of subtitles and languages.

 

 

Read more at OperaSoftware.com.

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