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Detroit Public Television converts files with Rhozet

DPTV is using Carbon Coder software to automatically convert its edited and ingested video files for on-air playout.
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Rhozet Carbon Coder is a universal transcoding application that facilitates the transfer of media between acquisition, editing, playout, archive, Web and mobile applications.

To help handle the multiple video formats it uses in daily production, Detroit Public Television (DPTV) has purchased a Carbon Coder video transcoding system from Rhozet. The Rhozet technology provides a fast and cost-effective solution to automatically convert files between post-production and an on-air server

DPTV is using Carbon Coder to automatically convert its edited and ingested video files for on-air playout through an Omneon server. The production staff will also use it for Web streaming and VOD projects, and for PAL/NTSC conversions.

Rhozet Carbon Coder is a universal transcoding application that facilitates the transfer of media between acquisition, editing, playout, archive, Web and mobile applications. Carbon Coder can run as a stand-alone application or as part of a multinode, fully automated rendering farm.

DPTV is the only public TV station in the Detroit market and is regularly watched in some 1 million southeast Michigan households each week. Additionally, DPTV is available to 2.4 million homes throughout Canada via the Cancom satellite-to-cable network.

For more information, visit www.rhozet.com.