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Cobalt Digital at BroadcastAsia2017 Posted: 16/05/2017
At BroadcastAsia2017, Cobalt will introduce a new system that combines frame-accurate SCTE 104 trigger (FAST) insertion with enhanced HLS SCTE 35 streaming on a single platform. Built for both openGear(R) frames and Cobalt BBG-1100 Series stand-alone units, the FAST-Stream system is a comprehensive solution for providing HLS streams with frame-accurate boundary points complete with the SCTE 35 metadata contained in the associated manifest file. Applications range from on-the-fly C3 VOD contribution to embedded DRM for distributing protected content. The FAST-STREAM OTT system interfaces with automation and uses timestamps to insert metadata frame-accurately into baseband SDI. It then performs high-quality H.264 encoding designed to meet sophisticated streaming delivery requirements in real time.
Tags: Cobalt Digital | BroadcastAsia2017 | FAST-Stream OTT | 9902-UDX-DSP-CI Channel Integrator | 9971-MV-4K-SH UHD Hybrid HDMI 2.0 | OG-PC-x86-8S Ruggedized openGear Computer Module | BroadcastAsia
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Osprey Video at the 2017 NAB Show Posted: 09/02/2017
Osprey Video's line of hardware encoders -- launched at last year's NAB Show with the award-winning Talon G1 three-channel streaming contribution encoder -- continues to mature with the addition of new models, new features, and new and tighter integrations with some of the industry's leading streaming platforms. Such integrations, a key focus for Osprey Video this year, reduce complexity for the user by creating streaming solutions for multiple applications in numerous industries.
Tags: Osprey Video | 2017 NAB Show | Hardware encoder | Talon G1 | features | application | Capture Cards | Converter | USB Capture card | 4K | UHD | 12G | HDMI 2.0 | IP | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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HDMI 2.0 Now Standard in All Archimedia 4K UHD Appliances Posted: 27/03/2015
Archimedia, a company whose technology brings precise media intelligence to the professional's desktop, TV, UHDTV, and SDI infrastructure, today announced that HDMI 2.0 outputs are now a standard feature of Atlas 4K/UHD and Atlas Extreme and will be included in all future 4K/UHD and Extreme appliances. Now all media professionals from all facets of the media and entertainment business -- from broadcasting to filmmaking, quality control to archiving -- can reap the benefits of the long-awaited, new HDMI 2.0 interface through Archimedia's reference appliances.
Tags: Archimedia | HDMI 2.0 | 4K/UHD | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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