03.24.2009 08:59 AM
Broadcast International to show new CodecSys CE-1000 at IPTV World Forum

Broadcast International will demonstrate the latest version of its CodecSys CE-1000 multichannel H.264 MPEG-4 Part 10 AVC encoder at the IPTV World Forum March 25-27 in London.

The CE-1000 is designed for broadcasters requiring high channel density and is specifically well suited for IPTV, satellite and telco service providers, delivering a cost-effective way to solve their bandwidth crisis.

The CE-1000 is a software-based encoder featuring an industry standard, highly efficient, fully compliant H.264 codec and can receive live input through a capture board or encode from a file source. It encodes both audio and video and muxes it using industry-standard MPEG-2 transport stream and delivers the stream over IP. Fourteen channels of high-quality HD video are possible in a single BladeSystem.

Broadcast International’s CodecSys video compression software is based on an open software architecture that runs on off-the-shelf hardware.



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