Titan - multi-format file-based transcoder.
Medialog, a Korean content provider and subsidiary of telco LG U, has implemented ATEME’s Titan file solution for its VOD OTT and IPTV services.
Titan is described as a multi-codec/multi-format file-based transcoder producing high-bandwidth efficient content for multi-screen delivery.
Tae Dong Lee, team leader, Medialog commented: “ATEME’s solution has exceeded our expectations and requirements in terms of video quality and flexible features. The company’s technical team also offers outstanding support and gives us real confidence in the solution.”
Boyang An, sales director Korea, ATEME added: “We are pleased to contribute to the growing Medialog ecosystem. ATEME TITAN will allow Medialog to offer viewers a greater user experience, including unparalleled video quality on any screen, as well as an easy and rapid navigation within its content catalogue, delivered in the most engaging way.”
You might also like...
Will alternative immersive channels create an imperative for broadcasters? Veronique Larcher, Director of AMBEO Immersive Audio, Sennheiser, explores immersive content outside of the commercial broadcast space, including virtual, augmented, and mixed realities.
Had IBC 2020 taken place as usual, some of the liveliest discussions would have centered around encoding, after an eventful year leading up to the virtual event that took place over the same time slot.
HRTF stands for Head Related Transfer Function and, simply put, is a catch-all term for the characteristics a human head imparts on sound before it enters the ear canal. Everything from level tonal changes caused by our head, shoulders, and…
The requirements for data transmission have changed out of all recognition since the early days of computing where the goal was simply to make something that worked. Today that’s the easy part.
The familiar “Faster, Higher, Stronger” motto is not just for Olympic athletes but also applies to the common man (and woman): The first black-and-white television sets were considered a sensation until color TV came along, opening a whole new dimension to …