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JPEG2000 Adaptive Bitrate live streaming for broadcasters

Michal Hrnčiřík
by Michal Hrnčiřík
July 31st, 2017

Migration to IP is a well-known term and almost every broadcaster has already started thinking about – or even acting on – how to upgrade core infrastructure. The migration to IP brings a lot of benefits. In terms of live broadcasting events, many of these benefits result in lowering the end cost. The overall live […]

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UltraFlo Beta – for flawless 8K studio workflow

Michal Hradecky
by Michal Hradecky
July 25th, 2017

Make working with 8K files on NAS feel like they’re local. 8K Today The world has changed. 8K is coming to cameras1, editors and even to broadcasters2. This is great news for consumers, but there is a downside. As well as the number of pixels, the requirements on workflow are about four times larger than […]

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Bitrate control and quality layers in JPEG2000

Mira Hlavacek
by Mira Hlavacek
June 22nd, 2017

A lot of high-quality digital content providers struggle with network traffic control. Sending a high-resolution video or high-quality still images is a demanding task where network connection may easily become the bottleneck of your solution. In this post, we will try to provide ways to alleviate network traffic with unique JPEG2000 properties and encoding/decoding mechanisms. […]

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HDR – image processing in high bit depth

Jan Brothánek
by Jan Brothánek
June 9th, 2017

HDR – high dynamic range – is a buzzword these days. But what exactly is it and where might we need HDR in real life? And if we need HDR, how can we work with it more easily and apply it in production? In this article, we explain that HDR simply means having a relatively […]

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