05.08.2007 12:00 PM
ATEME unveils Kyrion HD encoders, transcoders

ATEME introduced the Kyrion family of HD encoders and transcoders at NAB2007.

The Kyrion family includes a live video stream encoder, an offline file encoder and a transcoder, all of which use MPEG-4/AVC encoding. The Kyrion live encoders support a wide operating scale — from 0.5Mb/s to 25Mb/s — allowing content aggregators, broadcasters, service operators and telcos to reach their audience with superb picture quality on any viewing device, from mobile to HD.

The Kyrion offline file encoder is well-suited for video-on-demand applications, such as asset creation and content delivery, as well as video archiving and newsgathering.

Kyrion allows for dynamically adjusting video encoding based on overall network demand at a given point in time. Both the Kyrion encoder and transcoder provide advanced Main- and High-Profile encoding.

For more information, visit: www.ateme.com.



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