Sonnet Launches Highly Portable External GPU (eGPU) Devices for Accelerating Ultrabook Computer Graphics Posted: 01/11/2017
Sonnet Technologies today introduced an all-new paradigm in Thunderbolt¢ connected external GPU (eGPU) devices with the eGFX Breakaway¢ Puck, an extremely portable, high-performance, all-in-one eGPU for Thunderbolt 3 computers that delivers accelerated graphics, and provides multidisplay connectivity leveraging AMD's Eyefinity¢ technology. With a Puck connected, a user's computer can deliver dramatically accelerated frame rates in popular graphics-intensive games, and boosted GPU acceleration for pro video applications anytime and anywhere it is needed.
Tags: Sonnet | Portable External GPU Devices | Ultrabook Computer Graphics | eGFX Breakaway | Radeon RX 560 | Radeon RX 570
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Sonnets eGFX Breakaway Box Now Shipping Posted: 16/08/2017
Sonnet Technologies today announced that its eGFX Breakaway(TM) Box with 350W power supply, the first in the company's all-new series of Thunderbolt(TM) 3 to PCI Express(R) (PCIe(R)) expansion chassis for professional graphics and gaming applications, is now shipping.
Tags: Sonnet | eGFX Breakaway Box | Thunderbolt 3 to PCIe Expansion Chassis | High-Performance | GPU Card | eGFX-Compatible Computer | Pro Gaming | Graphics Applications
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Cinegy Daniel2 GPU Codec Enters Public Beta Posted: 05/06/2017
Cinegy has been teasing audiences at tradeshows with 8K recording and playback demos, highlighting the performance advantages of its new NVIDIA GPU accelerated video codec, Daniel2. 
Tags: Cinegy | Daniel2 | 8K | 16K | GPU | Codec
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Sonnet Launches eGFX Breakaway Box for Boosting Gaming and Professional Graphics Application Performance Posted: 01/06/2017
Sonnet Technologies today announced the eGFX Breakaway(TM) Box, a Thunderbolt(TM) 3-to-PCI Express(R) (PCIe(R)) expansion chassis with a single slot for connecting any size Thunderbolt-compatible PCIe card, including high-performance graphics (GPU) cards to a Thunderbolt 3-equipped computer. The eGFX Breakaway Box is designed specifically for gamers and professionals who need to run bandwidth-intensive graphics applications on their eGFX-compatible notebook, all-in-one, or other small-form-factor computers. 
Tags: Sonnet Technologies | eGFX Breakaway Box | Gaming and Professional Graphics | PCIe | Card Expansion Chassis | GPU Card | eGFX-Compatible Computer | Thunderbolt 3
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Cinegy Harnesses the Power of NVIDIA GPUs Posted: 30/03/2017
NAB Booth SL11116 In the broadcast world, big data is literally that, and much more. According to Cinegy Head of Product Management Lewis Kirkaldie, who spoke at Cinegys annual Techcon conference in Munich, It should more commonly be called really big data.
Tags: #Cinegy #NVIDIA #NVIDIAGPU #HEVCstreamdecoding #BIGdata #NABShow | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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FilmLight extends flexible and efficient BLG colour workflow Posted: 07/04/2015

FilmLights products for colour grading and finishing have a reputation for being the ultimate in productivity and creativity. With the unique integration of colour grading tools across dailies, editorial, VFX and finishing using the renderless, metadata-based Baselight Linked Grade (BLG) workflow FilmLight delivers on its promise of a colour-managed end-to-end pipeline. All BLG-enabled products from FilmLight combine to make a highly efficient colour workflow that maintains full creative freedom while communicating creative intent throughout the production process.

Tags: FilmLight | Baselight | Colour | Grading | Workflow | Post | Dailies | Production | Finishing | GPUs | VFX | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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Live Graphics Transforms Americas Cup, Earns Five Emmy Nominations Posted: 06/05/2014

Competitive sailing is a complex sport. Races take place amid lashing winds and churning waves. More challenging still, lead changes between teams are invisible to the naked eye.

Yet the 34th Americas Cup was a gripping spectacle for millions of television viewers thanks to a new kind of real-time visualization technology.

Tags: NVIDIA | America\'s Cup | Sailing | Emmy Nominations | Emmys | Quadro | GPU | GPUs | Graphics | Broadcast | Television
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Telestream Boosts GPU Acceleration for Lightspeed Server Posted: 21/01/2014

Now available, Lightspeed K20 Server takes advantage of the latest GPU/CPU acceleration technologies to increase speed and productivity for Vantage software products

Tags: GPU-accelerated | accelerated video processing | H.264 encoding | multiscreen | multiplatform | video transcoding | workflow automation | NAB 2014 | NAB 2014
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Digital Film Tools Accelerates Composite Suite Pro 1.5 Posted: 18/11/2013

Digital Film Tools, developer of visual effects software, today announced that itsComposite Suite Pro plug-ins are now GPU-accelerated, making it faster than ever to create seamless visual effects.

Composite Suite Pro features a well-rounded collection of visual effects plug-ins that were previously only available in-house at a Hollywood feature film effects facility. Tested in the rigors of everyday production, Composite Suite Pro provides all that is needed to combine multiple images by using compositing tricks and techniques, color correction, blur, grain, matte manipulation, lens distortion, lighting effects and edge blending.
Tags: Composite Suite Pro | Composite Suite Pro 1.5 | DFT | Digital Film Tools | GPU acceleration | GPU-accelerated plug-ins | VFX | VFX composting software | video editing | visual effects | visual effects plug-in
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CUDA Acceleration Supported in Metus INGEST Posted: 17/04/2013


CUDA Acceleration Supported in Metus INGEST!

Metus technology continues its commitment to extracting the last drop of performance out of your PC hardware, by adding CUDA support for GPU based H.264 encoding! 

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Pablo Rio powers up with NVIDIA Kepler architecture GPUs Posted: 16/04/2013

Quantel announced today that its Pablo Rio software high-end color and finishing system now supports the latest NVIDIA(r) Kepler(tm) architecture-based Tesla(r) K20 GPU accelerators. Tesla K20 GPUs provide about twice the performance of the previous-generation Tesla GPUs based on the NVIDIA Fermi architecture, and 10 times faster performance than the latest CPUs.

Tags: Quantel | NVIDIA Keplar | GPUs | Pablo Rio | HFR
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Telestream Takes Giant Leap Forward in Video Transcoding Speed and Quality Posted: 30/08/2012



Telestream® today announced availability of two new products and a major Version 4.0 release for its award-winning family of Vantage® video transcoding and workflow automation products. The new GPU-accelerated Lightspeed Server enables blazing-fast video processing and H.264 encoding for all Vantage transcode solutions. Transcode Multiscreen accelerates multi-bitrate H.264 transcoding and packaging for multiscreen video delivery, including OTT, tablets, and mobile devices. Vantage now includes market-specific transcoding solutions that can be used standalone or integrated into more extensive Vantage workflow systems to quickly support emerging market needs. In addition, Vantage systems now incorporate loudness control, web captioning, and include integrations with third-party products allowing the creation of tightly integrated, fully automated, intelligent, file-based video workflows. 

Tags: digital video | video transcoding | H.264 | x264 | CALM Act | file-based workflow | workflow automation | GPU acceleration | adaptive bitrate streaming | MPEG-DASH | Apple Hls | Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming | Microsoft Smooth Streaming | IBC 2012 | IBC 2012
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Cinegys Continued Commitment to Open Standards for Broadcast: SMPTE 2010 Posted: 25/10/2010
Cinegy will showcase the latest version of its award-winning media asset management and archive solution Cinegy Workflow at the SMPTE Annual Tech Conference & Expo, October 26-28 at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood.

Cinegy will be exhibiting at booth 101 on the show floor and CEO, Jan Weigner, will be presenting two technical papers at the conference. In addition to demonstrating Cinegy Workflow 8.5, the entire end-to-end solution for production, broadcast automation, playout and distribution, Cinegy will also be showing the new standalone ingest tool, Cinegy Capture.

Tags: cinegy | capture | ingest | workflow | broadcast | SMPTE | EBU | AMWA | FIMS | Open Standards | H264 | GPU Processors
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