03.15.2007 08:00 AM
Scopus to demonstrate migration path from MPEG-2 SD to H.264 HD

At NAB2007, Scopus will demonstrate an easy migration path from MPEG-2 SD to H.264 SD and H.264 HD.

The company will feature its UE-9810 H.264 HD encoding platform for broadcasters and IPTV operators requiring a reliable solution to offer viewers premium HD content. The UE-9810 features ASI and IP outputs as well as integrated, advanced multiplexing capabilities.

This universal encoding platform enables high picture quality, offers a smooth migration path from MPEG-2 SD to H.264 SD to H.264 HD encoding formats, and meets all high-resolution video compression needs. It is also suitable for contribution applications.

The company will also show its UE-9410 second-generation H.264 encoding platform.

See Scopus in NAB booth SU5408 or visit www.scopus.net.



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