Riding the dragon
Falkor, Vimeo’s new transcoding infrastructure, maximizes speed while reducing cost.
How we turned a metric for video quality into better adaptive streaming.
Enhancing Vimeo Events with layouts
Vimeo Events is a live streaming platform that enables broadcasters to produce and promote virtual events (see Figure 1). From custom registration to post-engagement analytics, Vimeo Events enables any business to build an audience, prepare for an event in advance, and go live easily with a browser-based, studio-quality production tool.
The evolution of event data collection at Vimeo, part 1: the Fatal Attraction era
Our original event tracker racks up a mixed record.
Optimizing for AVX2
How we target CPUs to maximize speed across the software in our stack.
A *bit* about content ratings
A dive into how Vimeo stores and keeps track of a video’s content ratings and respects the visitor’s viewing preference.
dbt development at Vimeo
How we leveled up our data transformation workflow.
One AI, streaming videos for all
Mimir is here to maximize playback quality.
Too big to query: how to query HBase with minimal pain
How to query HBase/Phoenix using Apache Spark from HBase snapshots with minimal impact on the cluster.
Picture-perfect thumbnails for all videos
How we improved thumbnails for HDR, interlaced, and 360° videos.
UIScrollView with Vimeo’s Latest Player Screen
UIScrollView is one of the most complicated UIView subclasses, but if used properly, it can bring a delightful experience. Check out how.
DRM at Vimeo
DRM technology for streaming media is a decades-long evolution of cold war era communication techniques. Here’s how Vimeo does it.
Debezium event flattening with SQL in Snowflake
Learn how we replicate MySQL tables in our Snowflake data warehouse.
The great pretender: faster application tests with MySQL simulation
Video Metadata Caching at Vimeo
Supporting a 35-year-old “video” format