National Geographics Licensing Portal Powered by Wazee Digital Core Now Transcodes and Delivers Content in True 4K Posted: 14/02/2017
Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that National Geographic Creative has upgraded its Wazee Digital-powered licensing portal to support 4K content transcoding and delivery to its customers, which include content creators, filmmakers, and documentarians. is one of the first portals in the industry to grant users the ability to transcode and fulfill 4K content automatically.
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Quantum at Inter BEE 2016 Posted: 07/11/2016
Quantum will showcase the power of its StorNext platform across the full media life cycle, including production, delivery and archive workflows, and content management. The company's Inter BEE 2016 booth will feature uncompressed 8K editorial and compositing workflows along with demonstrations of content transcoding and delivery with object storage, the use of hybrid flash and disk storage in combination to enable frame-based animation creation and stream-based editing on a single storage system, and embedded applications running natively on high-performance workflow storage. Quantum will be joined in its booth by Autodesk, who will show the power of the StorNext platform with its M&E software collection.
Tags: Quantum | Inter BEE 2016 | Tokyo | End-to-End Workflow | Xcellis | Transcode | Deliver | Lattus
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Dalet Democratizes International Video Exchange with xN Standards Converter Posted: 09/06/2016

Dalet Digital Media Systems, working together with Microsoft Corp., has just launched its Dalet xN Standards Converter, available now through the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Building off of the industry-leading AmberFin technology, the Dalet xN Standards Converter brings the highest-quality motion-compensated frame-rate conversion to the cloud, making it the first truly accessible file-based standards conversion tool.

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ANGA COM - ATX Networks Highlights Five New Product Lines - 1.2 GHz RF Management, IP to PAL Mini Headend, End-to-End IPTV Solutions, Encoding with Reliable Video Over the Internet, and Licence-free Transcoding Posted: 19/05/2016

ATX (Hall 10, Level 2, Booth #J18) is highlighting five new product lines and is also participating in a panel discussion covering Considerations for Extending the Lifespan of HFC Networks with DOCSIS® 3.1 and 1.2 GHz Bandwidth Enhancement. 

Tags: RF management | DOCSIS 3.1 | CCAP compliant | 1.2 GHz | mini headend | IPTV | gateways | encoders | transcoders | middleware
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ATX Networks to Feature VidiPlay End-to-End IPTV Solutions at InfoComm Posted: 19/05/2016

ATX (Digital Signage Pavilion, booth #N1263) is featuring its VidiPlay as part of its complete end-to-end IPTV solutions for local or private IP networks. The system includes UCrypt® gateways, DigiVu® II encoders, VersAtive®Pro transcoders, and VidiPlay middleware. 

Tags: IPTV | gateways | encoders | transcoders | middleware | IPG | VOD | nPVR
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VITEC Debuts Enhanced Version of MGW Prism IPTV Transcoder With HEVC Support Posted: 15/09/2015
VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, today announced a new version of its broadcast-grade IPTV transcoding platform -- MGW Prism. The enhanced platform adds real-time HEVC (H.265) transcoding for the delivery of exceptional video quality using half the data rates required with legacy MPEG-4 H.264, in addition to a revamped management interface with clustering support.
Tags: VITEC | MGW Prism IPTV Transcoder | IBC2015 | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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Blonder Tongue Enables Superior Video-Over-IP Distribution With STEP Posted: 25/02/2015

At the 2015 NAB Show, booth SU6524, Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE MKT:BDR) will launch a new Scalable Transcoder-Encoder Platform (STEP) that offers broadcasters a flexible, scalable, and cost-effective approach to video-over-IP distribution. Blonder Tongue's STEP is capable of performing high-quality HD/SD MPEG-2 or H.264 encoding; HD/SD MPEG-2 to H.264 and H.264 to MPEG-2 transcoding; HD to SD downscaling; and creating adaptive bit rate live profiles supporting popular HTTP streaming protocols such as HLS, HDS, and IIS, making it the ideal solution for operators to deliver multiscreen video and migrate to a next-generation video network architecture.

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ERA unveils new Render On-Demand Services and amp; showcases collaborative workflows at BVE 2015 (Stand L40) Posted: 05/02/2015

At BVE 2015 (24-26 February, London ExCel, Stand L40) ERA, leading IT solutions provider to the broadcast & media industry, will demonstrate cloud-based, collaborative workflows from Adobe and unveil new services available through ERA Cloud, including hosted infrastructure for Render and Transcode on-demand. The company will also showcase Dells high-performance workstation technology for creativity on the go.

Tags: ERA | ERA Cloud | Render on demand | Transcode on demand | hosted services | collaborative workflow | Adobe Anywhere | Mxfserver | Dell Precision M3800 | Dell Precision T1700 | Dell workstations | BVE 2015 | BVE 2015
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Metus INGEST now with Apple ProRes 422 Support Posted: 20/01/2015

Metus INGEST is the essential desktop multimedia capture, transcoding, and streaming software and has announced support for ProRes in its multi-stream capture and transcoding software. A Windows tool, Metus INGEST now enables video operators to record up to 4 channels* of full quality Apple ProRes streams while simultaneously creating proxy files.

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LYNX Technik Launches DolbyE to DolbyD Transcoder at BVE 2015 Posted: 16/01/2015

LYNX Technik AG, provider of modular interfaces announces the launch of its new DolbyE to Dolby Digital / Dolby Digital Plus Transcoder with integrated SDI frame synchronizer at BVE 2015, stand A02.

Tags: Dolby E to DolbyD Transcoder | BVE 2015 | LYNX Technik | series 5000
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Metus Previews QuickCut, The Super-fast Professional Editing Tool Posted: 13/11/2014

Metus QuickCut is a new lightweight clip editor. The professional tool plays, trims and assembles clips, and exports files without rendering. It enables editors and non-editors alike to make cuts on the fly, significantly reducing programme turn-around times.

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Cobalt Prepares to Introduce European Market to A Significant Number of NEW Products at IBC 2014 Posted: 20/08/2014

Cobalt Digital ( ), manufacturer of award-winning 3G/HD/SD-SDI conversion gear for broadcast environments, has revealed plans to roll out a record-breaking number of product launches in Stand 10.B44 at this years IBC exhibition taking place from 12 16 September 2014. Topping the lengthy list of launches are numerous openGear® cards including a quint-split multi-image display processor, a high-quality down-converter, embedder/de-embedder, DA, a MPEG multi-standard broadcast transcoder, and several fibre optic cards. The outrageously popular Blue Box Group¢ is also being expanded with many new units, and Cobalts SPOTCHECK® loudness measurement/compliance monitoring system will be sporting numerous upgrades at the show.

Tags: Cobalt Digital | openGear Cards | Broadcast Transcoders | BBG-1000 Series | Blue Box Group | IBC 2014 | IBC 2014
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Appear TV Introduces Dense Transcoding Module at the 2014 NAB Show Posted: 04/04/2014

Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation headends for broadcast and IP television, will introduce its High-Channel Density, MultiFormat SD/HD & Multiscreen Universal Transcoder Module for its modular XC Series Platform at the 2014 NAB Show (Booth SU6110). Developed for broadcast and IP networks, it provides users with support for more multi-profile multiformat channels than previously possible in a hardware solution.

Tags: Appear TV | NAB 2014 | headends | broadcast | IP networks | hardware solution | High-Channel Density | MultiFormat SD/HD | Multiscreen Universal Transcoder Module | NAB 2014 | NAB 2014
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Vidchecker-cloud provides online auto QC and correction to optimise file processing for large volume users Posted: 01/04/2014

NAB 2014, Las Vegas, Booth: N4120 Vidcheck, only scales when required and is only charged on a usage basis in order to ensure that costs scale in relation to activity.

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Vidchecker v6 auto QC and correction software now supports HEVC H.265 Posted: 01/04/2014
NAB 2014, Las Vegas, Booth: N4120 Vidcheck, a specialist supplier of intelligent video and audio correction tools software tools, has announced that the company's flagship Vidchecker product suite has been updated to Version 6 (v6) with major feature enhancements to include fully automated QC and correction for full file, video and audio checks, including HEVC/H.265 format video.
Tags: vidcheck | audio correction | vidchecker | automated QC | HEVC/H.265 | auto-correction | pay-per-use | transcode | telestream | root6 | mediabackbone | NAB 2014 | NAB 2014
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