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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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Everything you wanted to know about Comprimato, but you were afraid to ask

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by comprimato
January 19th, 2016
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JPEG 2000 compression has the ability to change the way we work with visual data. Thanks to its unique characteristics and lossless compression possibilities, it is becoming more and more popular in the post production work. Comprimato is a useful tool for JPEG2000 encoding and decoding, but we do get asked a lot how exactly […]

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World GPU elite meet in San Jose. See the Comprimato slideshare

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by comprimato
January 19th, 2016
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Graphic cards are facing a new rebirth. The power of GPUs has long been apreciated by the gaming community, which was pushing the limits of computing for the last decades. The enhanced processing power of GPUs has become so advanced along the way, that non-gaming software engineers started to look into ways to rethink the […]

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NAB special infographic

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by comprimato
January 19th, 2016
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You can spend your lifetime trying to make as much money as possible. Or you can spend it reading infographics. Tak a look at our NAB special infographic and let us know what you think. An infographic about JPEG2000

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Comprimato shoots 4K NAB clip

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by comprimato
January 19th, 2016
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Prague – Comprimato, the jpeg2000 encoding and decoding software company, is shooting a 4K @60 clip for the NAB show presentation. Comprimato decided to cooperate with jugglig artists to capture a dynamic motion picture in the settings of the Czech capital. “Our software can decode raw 4K signal at 60 frames per second at very […]

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