09.10.2008 09:47 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Moving Media opens expanded L.A. studio, encoding facilities

Video encoding specialist Moving Media has moved to a new specially expanded studio in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, as of Sept. 1. The existing facilities for encoding from tape to file and transcoding existing digital assets will be boosted by the addition of several new video capture and encode bays as well as an expanded machine inventory that includes legacy Sony U-Matic formats, JVC SVHS and Pioneer Laserdisc.

The new studio will be equipped to produce output for formats including iPod, IPTV or archival as well as support for DRM-enabled encoding. Moving Media ensures high-quality video outputs from all legacy formats through conditioning via a baseband video processor. The new studios have also undertaken a range of audio upgrades that include full Dolby Digital, Pro Logic and Pro Logic Plus encode and decode paths. Real-time noise reduction, proprietary spectral enhancement and channel phase correction are now available inline.

For more information, visit www.movingmedia.tv.

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