09.01.2009 09:20 AM
Optibase to Debut MovieMaker H.264 PCI Express Encoder at IBC

Optibase will introduce its MovieMaker H.264, a high-performance H.264 PCIe encoder at IBC in Amsterdam.

MovieMaker H.264 offers a video encoding, streaming and archiving solution with excellent video quality in a range of bit rates, resolutions and frame rates, for corporate communications, real-time event streaming, and high quality video surveillance.

MovieMaker H.264 receives inputs from live feeds and can save both high and low resolution versions while streaming. MovieMaker H.264 offers secondary stream capabilities for encoding two channels from a single source simultaneously. With multi-board support, it provides up to 8 streams from a single PC. MovieMaker H.264 also offers a comprehensive encoding application and full-feature SDK.

“The new MovieMaker H.264 leverages Optibase’s line of top quality PCI boards to provide outstanding encoding and streaming capabilities on a highly compact board,” said Nir Shalev, VP Marketing at Optibase. “We are pleased to offer our customers a cutting edge solution for concurrently streaming and recording events for real-time and on-demand viewing at high video quality.”

Optibase will be in the IPTV Zone, Hall 12, Booth IP551.

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