Envivio spotlights TV Anytime video processing and new products at IBC 2012

Envivio will demonstrate advanced, personalized multiscreen services as well as video compression technology for HDTV and next-generation HEVC encoding at IBC 2012, Hall 1 stand D.73. The company will also debut three new products at this year’s event.

Featured system on the Envivio stand will include:

  • HEVC encoding with 50 percent bandwidth reduction at comparable quality to MPEG-4 AVC (H.264);
  • Advanced MPEG-2 and H.264 preprocessing, encoding and statistical multiplexing for HD and SD TV;
  • MPEG-DASH encoding with common encryption;
  • A new 4Caster appliance offering increased density and a flexible design;
  • TV Anytime multiscreen highlights creation and time-shifted TV including Start Over, Catch-up and network PVR capabilities on the Envivio Halo network media processor;
  • Personalized indexing for TV Anytime, a new approach to dynamic asset creation for the multiscreen environment that reduces storage costs and increases efficiency;
  • Product demonstrations, including the recently introduced Envivio Muse On-Demand version 3.50, which improves file-based transcoding speed by up to 35 percent.

Selected by more than 300 content and service providers around the world, Envivio offers a unique, flexible and converged approach to encoding, video processing and management. The Envivio Muse family of encoding/transcoding software delivers high quality live and on-demand video to any screen — traditional TV sets, gaming systems and portable devices including iOS/Android tablets, smartphones and PCs. Envivio Halo is an extremely flexible and powerful solution for a variety of multiscreen processing functions, including formatting, encryption, workflow management, targeted ad insertion and HTTP origination/distribution.

Envivio is collaborating with a number of technology partners for various IBC demonstrations:

  • Envivio Muse Live encoding on 4Caster encoders will be on display at the Adobe, Dolby and NAGRA stands;
  • Akamai, AuthenTec, NexStreaming, NXP Software, Verimatrix and VisualOn are working with Envivio to provide encryption and players for the MPEG-DASH demonstrations at the Envivio stand;
  • Dolby audio experience demonstrations will be on the Envivio stand;
  • NetgemSTBs will be utilized for the Envivio TV Anytime applications;
  • Interra and VidCheck have integrated with Envivio Muse On-Demand and 4Balancer for quality control in file-based workflows.