08.15.2007 04:22 PM
DMGI encodes with Telestream Episode Engine

Digital media aggregator and distributor DMGI (Digital Music Group) has chosen Telestream Episode encoding applications to process thousands of hours of video footage for distribution to digital video retailers. DMGI helps independently-owned television, film, video and music content owners around the world access the exploding digital media market by processing, encoding, delivering and marketing digital media to the online marketplace. DMGI's business volume has grown to more than 4000 hours of videos, which includes both current and classic TV series, movies, music videos and other video programs. For every 30- or 60-minute segment, DMGI processes up to 20 output formats and up to six files per format.

For more information, visit www.telestream.net and www.flip4mac.com.

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