10.11.2007 02:07 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Scopus releases two new encoders

Scopus has released two new encoders, the UE-9420 dual SD H.264 and the UE-9810 HD H.264.

The Scopus H.264 encoding platforms are suitable for broadcast, satellite contribution and distribution applications, IPTV, cable TV headends and DBS applications. The platforms deliver high picture quality at low bit rates to better use bandwidth and combine IP and ASI outputs for maximum usage functionality.

The UE-9810 enables broadcasters and operators to offer premium HD content, and provides integrated multiplexing capabilities for flexible and easy creation of new revenue-generating services. The platform provides high picture quality at low bit rates to better use bandwidth. The platform is also available in a DSNG version with DVB-S/S2 modulation schemes.

The UE-9420’s dual channels reduce operating expenses and box count. With IP and ASI outputs, the UE-9420 offers high video and audio quality and improved compression capabilities that result in low bit rates to better use bandwidth. The unit also features DVB-S/S2 modulation schemes for DSNG applications.

For more information, visit http://www.scopus.net/products/encoders.asp.

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