AACHEN, Germany – March 30, 2018 – nablet, a leading provider of media analysis and processing technologies, announced today that it has released new versions of its popular MXF and IMF SDKs including significant new features.
The MXF SDK now includes Panasonic AVC-Ultra OP-1b support, filters for ARM-based systems, and several optimizations. Other enhancements include:
- Enhanced muxing and demuxing speed
- Various enhancements to DirectShow filters
- Updated GStreamer filters
The IMF SDK update includes bug fixes and additional features supporting the SMPTE ST 2067-20:2016 standard. The SDK also includes an extended sample showing how to generate IMF XML files for existing MXF files. The IMF demuxer supports packing list parsing and demuxing, and will soon include Composition Playlist (CPL) parsing.
Companion products have also been updated, for example the MXF Explorer analyzer and verifier now includes support for
new Panasonic formats.
“Our team has spent a lot of time further optimizing and enhancing our renowned MXF SDK, as well as our MXF Explorer analyzer,” said Muzaffer Beygirci, CEO of nablet. “MXF is a strategic format for us, and we are proud that more and more companies trust nablet as a reliable partner helping them support their MXF requirements. And now we’ve even extended the reach of our MXF tools to the growing number of ARM-powered products.”
The nablet MXF product line includes:
- MXF SDK
- IMF SDK
- MXF muxer and demuxer DirectShow filters
- MXF muxer for ARM
- MXF Explorer analysis and verification software
- essenceXplorer visual analysis software
- ScreenMux easy screen-to-MXF capture software
Additional information is available at www.nablet.com/mxf.
nablet will be exhibiting at the 2018 NAB Show, April 9-12 in Las Vegas, in booth SU13713.
nablet is a leading provider of codec, streaming, media processing, automated metadata and MXF technologies which are used widely in entertainment, broadcasting, OTT and related industries. Clients include Sony, Intel, IBM, Rohde & Schwarz, ARTE, Vizrt, Syncbak and many more prominent companies. In addition, nablet is the official developer of the Sony format plugins for Avid Media Composer. Based in Aachen, Germany, the company was founded in 2011 by industry veterans who developed many of the most widely used codecs and related components in use today. nablet serves customers around the world, and recently expanded its global presence by opening its USA headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. Additional information is available at www.nablet.com.
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