02.15.2008 08:03 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Telestream to unveil FlipScan and FlipFactory New Media

At NAB2008, Telestream (booth # SL5405) will show FlipScan, an extension for any FlipFactory product that automatically scans, analyzes and processes nonstandard, user-generated content being uploaded to a growing number of video Web sites.

Also at NAB will be FlipFactory New Media. This model automates high-volume content repurposing to Web and mobile distribution channels.

FlipFactory supports more than 120 media formats and wrappers, direct integration with more systems and protocols than any other system, and it offers best-in-class, worldwide customer support.

Pipeline Quad, also to be unveiled at NAB, is the company’s newest model to emerge from its series of network-based video capture systems. Developed for easy integration into both Mac and Windows workflows, Pipeline provides a flexible alternative to single-user, capture-card solutions for ingesting tape-based media into file-based workflows.

Pipeline sits on the network where anyone can access it, enabling real-time encoding to multiple formats in a single box. The new four-channel Pipeline Quad offers encoding density and significant per-channel cost savings in a compact one-rack-unit box. Both single and multichannel models will be featured at NAB, providing ingest into Final Cut, FlipFactory and Episode workflows. At NAB, Telestream will announce Pipeline integration into more third-party workflows.

Finally, Episode Podcast, the newest product in the company's Episode Series for Mac users, makes its first appearance at NAB2008. Developed specifically for Apple’s Leopard Server Podcast Producer, Episode Podcast extends Apple workflows to include high-volume encoding to virtually any video or audio file format or platform. Episode Podcast enables anytime, anywhere access to podcasts for PC and Mac users as well as a greater number of mobile phones and portable devices.

For more information, visit www.telestream.net.

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