03.21.2006 01:33 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Anixe HD encoding station relies on Optibase MovieMaker


The Optibase MovieMaker MPEG-2 HD PCI-encoder, which offers high image and sound quality, was key to the new Anixe HD encoding station.

Digitalvideo Computing (DVC) has installed an HD encoding station at Anixe HD in Mannheim, Germany.

The key component of the station was the Optibase MovieMaker MPEG-2 HD PCI-encoder, which offers high image and sound quality.

MovieMaker HD supports 4:2:2 encoding at up to 150Mb/s as well as 4:2:0 up to 80Mb/s at MP@HL. Anixe HD will go on air April 1 covering a variety of topics, including cinema, travel, sports and feature films.

For more information, visit www.digitalvideo.de and www.anixehd.de.

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