AMSTERDAM — Sept. 5, 2019 — InSync Technology today announced a new partnership with Qvest Media enabling integration of FrameFormer, InSync's motion compensated frame rate converter, into the multicloud management platform Qvest.Cloud.
Qvest.Cloud is an advanced management platform for media that radically simplifies the shift to fully integrated multicloud architectures by enabling replacement of on-premise with multicloud or hybrid production capabilites, centralizing control through powerful media management services, providing seamless integration with private and major public clouds, and being the center of a constantly growing ecosystem of third party media applications.
Integral components of Qvest.Cloud, that have been designed as cloud native applications, include workflow orchestration, cloud automation, user management, monitoring, cost control and billing, and comprehensive IT security.
Standards conversion is an essential requirement for all domestic and international content distribution targeting the widest range of display devices, including TV, desktop, and mobile screens. A high quality, motion compensated standards converter is the only solution for handling the multiple formats and frame rates needed for each service and application.
FrameFormer from InSync Technology is a high quality, motion compensated standards converter that offers frame rate conversion, including cadence management, for all types of content, from sub-QCIF up to 8K and beyond. Unlike other solutions, FrameFormer runs on CPU-only processors, giving the user the flexibility to scale up/down the service in the cloud quickly, orchestrated by Qvest.Cloud.
"Cloud-based standards conversion is central to extending the global reach of your content," said Daryl Blair, Product Manager, InSync Technology. "Access to FrameFormer within Qvest.Cloud enables users to transform their assets rapidly and efficiently into the format needed for onward distribution in any country or region."
"We're delighted to announce another partnership with a leading media processing solution," said Theo Peters, Partner Manager, Qvest Media. "Standards conversion is an important part of our customers’ media processing chain. Integration of InSync's FrameFormer into Qvest.Cloud provides an easy to use solution, which can be managed by Qvest.Cloud's powerful media orchestration."
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About InSync Technology
InSync Technology is a successful and growing employee owned business. Since its inception in 2003, InSync has specialized in developing highly efficient signal processing hardware and software products, with a focus on motion compensated frame rate and format conversion (standards converters). Hardware products supporting live conversion for all formats up to 8K are sold via OEM partnerships with world leading broadcast manufacturers.
InSync’s FrameFormer software standards converter is the only motion compensated frame rate converter designed for CPU deployment, allowing users to avoid the restrictions of GPUs. FrameFormer offers unique flexibility in support for Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems and is available in a variety of plug-ins for popular edit software (such as Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro), as well as an integration into third-party solutions (such as the Imagine Communications’ Selenio Flex™ file framework, Marquise Technologies' MIST, and Dalet AmberFin), or as stand-alone software for integration into bespoke workflows.
FrameFormer can be purchased online from www.toolfarm.com.
More information is available at www.insync.tv.
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