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Comprimato Software Transcoder for IP Broadcast: Technology Preview NAB 2017

Jiří Matela
by Jiří Matela
April 25th, 2017

The heart and arteries (or bloodstream) of the majority of broadcast facilities are still SDI and coaxial cables, while the rest of the world is virtualized and in cloud. The big thing in broadcast today is the transition to IP which will pave the path to pure software, virtualized, and cloud infrastructures. In this spirit, […]

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Essential Video Compressing Terms

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by comprimato
August 9th, 2016

Are you a newbie to video compression? Don’t worry, we know how confusing all these difficult terms can be. That’s why we’ve put together a list explaining the essential terminology to clear things up a bit. Let us know if you are missing some important terms so we can update the list accordingly. 4K The […]

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How Large Broadcasters Can Save Money with Comprimato

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by comprimato
January 19th, 2016

Adding 2D and 3D graphics, statistics of the best baseball players or a virtual election studio. In order to enrich their broadcasting in the computer with similar elements, broadcasters need to decompress video from the IP infrastructure using a special hardware decoder. Typically this process is not only bulky, but also costly. There’s a solution […]

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Comprimato update compatible with MAC and CPU based stations

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by comprimato
January 19th, 2016
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LAS VEGAS – The world’s fastest JPEG2000 video codec has announced a substantial update of its code. The Comprimato library is now compatible with AMD graphics cards and even ordinary CPUs. The company also offers a unified API for all platforms, making it easy to switch from NVIDIA to AMD or CPU. The original NVIDIA […]

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