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Artel Video Systems Enhances SMART Media Delivery Platform With New Genlock Synchronization Function Posted: 21/05/2021
Artel Video Systems Enhances SMART Media Delivery Platform With New Genlock Synchronization Function

Artel Video Systems, a world-class provider of innovative, real-time multimedia delivery solutions, today introduced built-in genlock synchronization functionality for the award-winning SMART Media Delivery Platform used in the company's DigiLink and InfinityLink systems. Enabling a SMART JPEG-2000 decoder to accept a reference SDI sync input and align the video signals being decoded, this new feature supports frame synchronization of incoming video sources to a local timing source without the need for an external frame-sync device.

"We're always working to increase operational and functional simplicity for our customers, and the addition of genlock synchronization to our SMART Media Delivery Platform is a great example of this commitment," said Rafael Fonseca, Vice President of Product Management, Artel Video Systems. "When frame synchronization of signals is essential for further processing, this feature reduces both the cost and complexity of signal processing."

Tags: Artel | SMART Media | Delivery Platform | JPEG-2000 | Decoder | SDI | Genlock Synchronization
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Plura to Unveil JPEG-2000 Decoder for SFP-3G Broadcast Monitors at 2015 NAB Show Posted: 06/04/2015
Plura to Unveil JPEG-2000 Decoder for SFP-3G Broadcast Monitors at 2015 NAB Show

At the 2015 NAB Show, Plura Broadcast, a global manufacturer of high-performance digital broadcast and video production solutions, will unveil and demonstrate the first JPEG-2000 (J2K) Decoder Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) module for use with its SFP-3G Series 3-Gbps 1080p LCD HD broadcast monitors.

Tags: plura | plura broadcast | broadcast | monitors | video | decoder | JPEG-2000 | production | 2015 NAB Show | ray kalo | SFP | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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Media Links Accepts Technology and Engineering Emmy and reg; Award for Contribution to Standardization and Productization of JPEG2000 Interoperability Posted: 15/01/2015
Media Links Accepts Technology and amp; Engineering Emmy and reg; Award for Contribution to Standardization and Productization of JPEG2000 Interoperability

Media Global Links, the market leader in broadcast and network transport over IP solutions, graciously accepted a Technology and Engineering Emmy® Award for Standardization and Productization of JPEG2000 (J2K) Interoperability, at the 66th Annual Technology and Engineering Emmy® Awards ceremony, hosted at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas on January 8, 2015.

Tags: Media Links | JPEG 2000 | Video Over IP | Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award | Contribution to Standardization and Productization of JPEG2000 Interoperability
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Artel Video Systems Receives Technology and Engineering Emmy(R) Award Posted: 07/08/2014
Artel Video Systems Receives Technology and Engineering Emmy(R) Award

Artel Video Systems today announced that it has been honored with a Technology and Engineering Emmy(R) Award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) for its work on the Standardization and Productization of JPEG 2000 (J2K) Interoperability. 

 
The Emmy(R) Award recognizes Artel for its contribution in the development of VSF TR-01, a recommended practice for compressing SDI signals into JPEG 2000 and encapsulating the signals along with audio and ancillary data into an MPEG-2 TS for transport over IP networks. In addition to supporting the development of TR-01, Artel and other recipients of the award also demonstrated interoperability between their products. With the development of TR-01 and vendor interoperability, the industry now has a standard solution for light compression of HD and 3G-SDI signals for transport applications. 
Tags: Artel Video Systems | NATAS | Emmy | JPEG 2000
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Archimedia Upgrades Its Reference Player to Support More Mastering Formats Posted: 31/07/2013
Archimedia Upgrades Its Reference Player to Support More Mastering Formats
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced it has upgraded the Archimedia Reference Player to add support for more mastering formats. Introduced in June, the Archimedia Reference Player is the first software player to support multiple vendors' formats, allowing users to view, test, and measure archival-quality files on a standard HDTV and traditional SDI equipment.
Tags: Archimedia | Archive | Archivists | JPEG 2000 | DPX | ProRes
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Archimedia Inks Reseller Deal With Front Porch Digital Posted: 16/07/2013
Archimedia Inks Reseller Deal With Front Porch Digital
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced a reseller agreement with Front Porch Digital, the global leader in migrating, managing, and monetizing large and complex media content. Under the agreement, Front Porch Digital customers will be able to purchase the Archimedia Reference Player, Archimedia HD and 4K SDI cards, and proprietary Archimedia test patterns from Front Porch Digital in conjunction with Front Porch Digital products. The partnership means that, for the first time, Front Porch Digital customers will be able to play master-grade archive files in all of the formats the company supports through a single reference player.
Tags: Archimedia | Archive | Archivists | JPEG 2000 | Front Porch Digital | SAMMA | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Archimedia Announces Availability of HD and 4K SDI Cards, Made by Bluefish444 With Integrated Metadata Viewer, for Archimedia Reference Player Posted: 11/07/2013
Archimedia Announces Availability of HD and 4K SDI Cards, Made by Bluefish444 With Integrated Metadata Viewer, for Archimedia Reference Player
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced Archimedia HD-SDI and 4K-SDI cards for the Archimedia Reference Player. The cards, made by Bluefish444, include a Reference Player installer that will flash the cards' firmware so that they behave properly under control of the Reference Player. By deploying the cards, video engineers and archivists can use a standard Windows(R) 7 or 8 computer as a high-definition or cinematic-quality videotape player or disk-based SDI video server. 
Tags: Archimedia | Archive | Archivists | JPEG 2000 | Bluefish | SDI
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Archimedia Introduces Worlds First Software Reference Player for Viewing, Testing, and Measuring Master Files on a Standard HDMI HDTV Posted: 20/06/2013
Archimedia Introduces Worlds First Software Reference Player for Viewing, Testing, and Measuring Master Files on a Standard HDMI HDTV
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced its inaugural product, Archimedia Reference Player. Designed for video engineers, manufacturers, and archivists who work with video mastering formats such as JPEG 2000, Archimedia Reference Player is the first software player to support multiple vendors' formats, allowing users to view, test, and measure archival-quality files on a standard HDTV. This revolutionary capability ultimately makes content deliverable more quickly at higher quality, as well as making it unnecessary to create and store the content in other formats.
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Archimedia Teams Up With VideoQ to Offer Custom Test Patterns for High-End Video Applications Posted: 14/06/2013
Archimedia Teams Up With VideoQ to Offer Custom Test Patterns for High-End Video Applications
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced an agreement with video test and measurement specialists VideoQ Inc. Under the agreement, VideoQ has designed and developed custom test patterns for high-end applications that use archive formats such as JPEG 2000 and uncompressed YUV/RGB, viewable on standard HDMI and SDI in resolutions up to 12-bit 4K. Archimedia will deliver the test patterns through its proprietary technology.
Tags: Archimedia Technology | Archive | Archivists | JPEG 2000 | Archimedia | 4K
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Archimedia Selects Andrea Smith to Lead Global Sales Posted: 14/06/2013
Archimedia Selects Andrea Smith to Lead Global Sales
Archimedia Technology today announced that it has appointed Andrea Smith as vice president of global sales. A new company whose applications and tools fulfill a critical piece of production and archival workflows, Archimedia solutions encapsulate complex file interchange and quality control processes for lossless mastering and archive formats -- giving end users a new level of access to their assets without any loss of quality. In her role, Smith is responsible for overseeing global sales and strategic partnerships for the company. 
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Industry Veterans to Lead Archimedia to Offer Unprecedented Mastering and Archive Solutions Posted: 04/06/2013
Industry Veterans to Lead Archimedia to Offer Unprecedented Mastering and Archive Solutions

Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced the appointment of its executive staff. Mark Gray will serve as CEO and president, Chi-Long Tsang will serve as chief technology officer (CTO), and Josef Marc will be the company's chief marketing officer. These Emmy(R) Award-winning industry veterans co-founded the company to ensure video engineers and archivists can access, play, manage, and test files in mastering formats including JPEG 2000, ultimately making content deliverable more quickly at higher quality. 

Tags: Archimedia | Archive | Archivists | JPEG 2000 | 4K | lossy
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CINEDECK SHOWCASES GROUNDBREAKING NEW FEATURES FOR CINEDECK RX3G AND MX RECORDERS AT NAB 2013 Posted: 05/04/2013
CINEDECK SHOWCASES GROUNDBREAKING NEW FEATURES FOR CINEDECK RX3G AND MX RECORDERS AT NAB 2013 Cinedeck LLC (www.cinedeck.com), pioneering developer of capture systems for motion picture and broadcast production, will showcase a string of ground-breaking capabilities for its dual-channel RX3G and quad-channel MX record, playback and monitoring systems, at NAB 2013 (Cinedeck Booth #SL14911).
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T-VIPS Provides JPEG2000 Video Transport Solution for A1 Telekom Austrias Roving OB Units Posted: 01/09/2011
T-VIPS Provides JPEG2000 Video Transport Solution for A1 Telekom Austrias Roving OB Units T-VIPS, a global leader in professional video contribution and distribution solutions, today announced that its advanced JPEG2000 Video Gateway, the TVG450, has been deployed by A1 Telekom Austria AG in their new fleet of OB Vans (outside broadcast) . This innovative contribution solution is already deployed and is providing video contribution services on behalf of ORF from venues throughout Austria. The primary use of these OB Vans is to enable ORF, the state broadcaster, to transport high quality, JPEG2000 video, from 150 points of presence across Austria, over A1s MPLS backbone, to ORFs centralized production facilities. This video contribution project is designed to neatly integrate with A1s fixed IP video transport network, which is also powered by T-VIPS JPEG2000 solutions. This combination of OB Vans linked via IP to ORFs central editing studios means greater flexibility, easy access to editing and production skills and reduced costs.

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Sky Italia chooses T-VIPS IP Video Transport Solutions for Next Generation IP Contribution Network Posted: 10/05/2011
Sky Italia chooses T-VIPS IP Video Transport Solutions for Next Generation IP Contribution Network T-VIPS, a global leader in professional video contribution and distribution solutions, today announced that its TVG425 MPEG Transport Stream and the TVG450 JPEG2000 Video Gateways have been selected to provide advanced video transport functionality for Sky Italias next generation contribution network. The T-VIPS Video Gateway suite is a flexible and cost-effective portfolio of products designed for real-time contribution and distribution of broadcast-quality video. The project has been delivered by T-VIPS valued business partner, CVE. The T-VIPS solutions are now integrated with the network, which will go live in the first half of 2011. This deployment, which connects Milan and Rome, is the first phase of a Sky Italia project to move to an advanced future-proofed all-IP video contribution network.
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DOREMI EXPANDS EUROPEAN HEADQUARTERS Posted: 19/11/2009
DOREMI EXPANDS EUROPEAN HEADQUARTERS Due to increased business activity Doremi Technologies is adding more space for its operations at its European Headquarters at Sophia Antipolis, France. This is to relieve the overcrowding of recent months resulting from the sales success of the company's products in Europe.
 
Patrick Zucchetta, EMEA Business Development, "European movie screens are going digital at an increasing rate. We are very busy on many fronts but it is the switch to Digital Cinema that means we have to have more factory space."
 
Doremi Technologies has been expanding over many years. In 2005 the company grew its floor space when it moved to its current Sophia Antipolis base. More has been added since and now the latest increase takes the total floor area to 7000 square feet housing sales, service and R&D as well as factory space. 
 
Since 1985, Doremi has been a leading developer and manufacturer of audio and video technologies used in broadcast, postproduction and digital cinema. Today, Doremi's team of world-class engineers continues to introduce innovative products and solutions to the entertainment industry as it transitions to all digital platforms. Doremi was the first company to integrate JPEG 2000 capabilities into its digital cinema mastering and playback equipment and has over 9000 units shipped worldwide including 2000 in Europe. For more information about Doremi's Digital Cinema division, visit www.doremicinema.com.
 
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