nablet has licensed its XAVC encoder to Telestream, a leading provider of end-to-end video solutions.
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nablet has released its new AI-powered video processing technologies which automate expensive, time-consuming processes: Shrynk, a highlight creator, and Heightscreen, a 9:16 video converter.
With ATSC 3.0 rolling out to replace decades-old standards, nablet is partnering with AirwavzTV to bring some of the first ATSC 3.0 solutions to market.
nablet has released meXpress, a powerful yet simple-to-use transcoder for Windows It is powered by the nablet mediaEngine transcoder, and supports most common broadcast and production formats.
nablet joined with ARRI and Trackmen to showcase MXF Live streaming at International Broadcast Day 2019, June 27 in Potsdam, Germany. MXF Live is a draft extension to the Low Latency Streaming MXF spec, which adds additional flexibility for various use cases.
nablet has joined with two other leading European companies and a prominent university to create a consortium dedicated to affordable, scalable and flexible automatic content analysis services. ReCAP (Real-time Content Analysis and Processing), co-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Program, unites nablet with NMR, ToolsOnAir and Joanneum Research (JRS).