10.18.2007 01:15 PM
Microsoft supports VC-1 encoder SDK

At IBC2007, Microsoft highlighted broad industry support for the Microsoft VC-1 encoder software development kit (SDK), a commercial offering first announced at the NAB2007 in April.

In the broadband and mobile content distribution segments, Red Bee Media has chosen tools based on the Microsoft VC-1 encoder from Anystream to repurpose and streamline the delivery of high-quality, bandwidth-efficient video content for the BBC’s new iPlayer service.

Content and service providers also are relying on Microsoft VC-1 encoder technology to create HD content for HD optical disc titles, as well as broadband video on demand.

Among the first to develop products based on the Microsoft VC-1 Encoder SDK are Anystream, Envivio, Harmonic, Inlet Technologies, Memory-Tech, Tarari and ViewCast.

For more information, visit
http://www.microsoft.com/resources/mediaandentertainment/ibc2007/vc-1.mspx.



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