09.23.2008 08:00 AM
AmberFin launches iCR 4.0

AmberFin launched the latest version of its iCR software, an open-standards platform that can digitize and transform new and archived content, at IBC2008.

AmberFin iCR 4.0 includes SD/HD ingest, optimized for open storage servers, with integrated review and quality control. Its repurposing module has been enhanced to enable it to reduce the equivalent-quality file size by as much as 25 percent. Additionally, AmberFin has added cut-and-splice versioning tools, network rendering capabilities and video processing and conversion.

It also offers increased interoperability with Apple Final Cut Pro and Avid editing systems, addressing the compatibility challenges faced by content owners.

For more information, visit www.amberfin.com.

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