DVEO Atlas Media Server now provides grooming and VOD

A revamped DVEO Atlas Media Server now provides grooming and VOD options in three different sizes

The revamped system ingests MPEG-2, H.264, and/or H.265/HEVC live streams over IP, then grooms the streams by adding wrappers such as MPEG-DASH, HLS, or RTMP, plus closed captions or multiple languages. It outputs the live streams and simultaneously stores the streams as VOD files.

The powerful second generation IP video media distribution server supports live grooming. It supports SD and HD H.265/HEVC, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, or MPEG-2 streams. IP Input Protocols Include Standard Input, Multi-bitrate File, HTTP Progressive, HTTP Dynamic, HTTP Live (HLS), HTTP Smooth, ISMV, RTMP, RTSP, and MPEG-TS. IP Output Protocols Include FLV, MP4, HTTP Dynamic, HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), HTTP Smooth Streaming, RTMP, RTSP, MPEG-DASH, MPEG-TS, SRT Subtitles, WebVTT Subtitles, and JSON Metadata. The DVEO Atlas Media Server is ideal for IPTV Operators, Stadiums, broadcasters and those who rely on both live and resident content, or for need to build a content distribution network.

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