nablet mediaEngine (mE) is a powerful transcoder for live and file-based workflows, that facilitates the encoding of video and audio media to a variety of acquisition, editing, broadcast and web formats. It runs either stand-alone or within a multi-node rendering farm controlled by third party apps like netorium’s Active Transfer Tool (ATT) and others.
The new v2 adds powerful, simultaneous processing that enables encoding in several formats concurrently. An example would be encoding to MPEG-2 XDCAM (MXF) while simultaneously creating a transport stream and MPEG-4 file.
It is especially ideal for OTT and VOD applications where incoming content needs to be converted efficiently to multiple formats. mediaEngine includes “while” function support for growing MXF files, enabling reading while writing – even in cloud environments.
mE is available for Windows and Linux. It comes as a command line transcoder, with an optional SDK also available for low-level integration into existing transcode workflows. It can be customized by using a virtual graph-style interface with branches as needed.
A Windows GUI version called meXpress is also available, which is helpful for quickly testing speed and quality of the engine and the included nablet codecs, and for quickly enabling various production scenarios.
Demo versions are available on request by contacting us.
Each purchased license key is good for all supported platforms.