nablet partners with leading companies and organizations to create affordable, interoperable technology including popular NLE plugins, and to help develop new industry standards.
Sony and Avid
nablet Is the Official Developer of Sony Format Plugins for Avid Media Composer
Avid is ubiquitous in film, broadcasting, network news and local news. All Sony formats go through our plugins into the Avid world, including RAW cinema and production, as well as all other broadcast and related formats.
Our plugins have been downloaded over 150,000 times. Many major organizations like BBC and CNN download our plugins for use on all of their editing workstations.
nablet Launches ARRIRAW Plugin for Avid Media Composer and Partners with ARRI on MXF Live SMPTE Draft Standard
ARRI cameras and lighting systems are used widely in the motion picture industry. nablet partnered with ARRI to develop our ARRIRAW plugin for Media Composer.
We are also working with ARRI and Trackmen to co-author MXF Live, a draft extension to the SMPTE Low Latency Streaming MXF spec. It adds additional flexibility for various use cases. For example, multiple devices on a set can send MXF data for a variety of purposes including remote control of receivers. It also allows a growing MXF file to be edited while ingest is still in progress.
nablet and Intel Partner on Accelerated Video Transcoding, STV-AV1 and Open Visual Cloud
nablet has collaborated with Intel to leverage processor technology for massive gains in transcoding speed. Intel released a Solution Brief about the gains we achieved. We also collaborate with Intel regularly to optimize our codecs for the latest Intel architectures, enabling nablet technology to offer industry-leading performance.
In this video from NAB Show 2019, nablet CEO Muzaffer Beygirci discusses how SVT-AV1 (Scalable Video Technology for AV1) and the Open Visual Cloud initiative will accelerate media transformation. He explains how these advances will offer benefits for broadcasting, OTT and related industries.
nablet participates in various industry groups that help shape technology and ensure quality and interoperability.
NDI (Network Device Interface), developed by NewTek, is a royalty-free software standard that enables video products to work together in a high-quality, low-latency manner that is fame-accurate and suitable for a live production environment.
SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) is an open-source protocol that optimizes streaming securely across unpredictable networks to bring the best quality live video over the worst networks.
IMF UG (User Group)
The IMF UG (User Group) is a forum for users and implementers of the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) standards. Their #ispeakimf logo and hashtag are meant to identify products that “speak IMF.”