03.18.2008 08:19 AM
Thomson offers NexCode HD AVC encoder for Blu-ray applications

Thomson has announced the NexCode HD AVC encoder, an encoding solution that provides compression tools to create content in Blu-ray Disc and other HD formats.

Thomson developed the NexCode HD AVC encoder for post-production facilities offering compression and authoring services. The device incorporates numerous capabilities, including automatic artifact correction, novel bit rate control and re-encoding parameter preset configurations. The result is a fast, flexible solution that is fully compliant with AVC and Blu-ray formats.

The NexCode HD AVC encoder features a built-in video player with configurable split-screen modes, which enable users to compare a scene before and after an encoding step.

For more information, visit www.thomson.net.

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