Cobalt Digital has announced the availability of its 9992‑ENC series of HEVC/H.265/MPEG-5 encoders for openGear® frames. Designed for a variety of broadcast applications, the dual-slot card offers customized I/O options and extensive audio support for cost-effective contribution, distribution, ENG, IPTV, and OTT solutions.
NAB/CTA ATSC 3.0 test station in Cleveland is using Titan for multichannel HEVC encoding
Raycom Media is making the transition to high-def news fields and has announced that it will go with Telairity’s BE8600 contribution H.264/AVC video encoder and BE5503 IRD for support.
Link Electronics has introduced its CBE-493 3GB/HD/SD-SDI captioning bridge and encoder.
Digigram is intending to expand to the South Korean market and has selected Huton Digital to serve as its reseller and integrator.
Video encoding and streaming technology provider Vitec has introduced its MGW Vision at the 2016 NAB Show.
The University of Dallas wants its fans to be able to stay up to date with all the action from its sports teams, so it has added a Matrox Monarch HD encoder and announced a partnership with College TV Ticket to provide a live stream of all its games.
Kicking off a new line of hardware encoding systems and live-streaming products to complement its capture cards, Osprey Video has announced the Osprey Talon G1 three-channel hardware-based streaming contribution encoder.
DISH HD Asia has gotten a good vibe from Thomson Video Netwokrs, as the DTH satellite pay-TV service has chosen to go with Thomson’s ViBE VS7000 HEVC encoder to handle the delivery of DISH HD’s new 4K/UHD and all-HEVC-HD satellite service.
With three conferences occurring simultaneously at the Javits Convention Center in New York, Matrox is taking that opportunity to launch its new multi-channel 4:2:2 10-bit H.264 encoder card, the M264.
Latest version supports Flextream 2.0.
Advanced media processor used for HEVC encoding to deliver 2160p60 video.