Vualto Partners With ATEME For Automated Encoder Integration

The Vualto Control Hub (VCH) video orchestration tool can now be integrated with ATEME’s Titan Live and Titan Mux encoding solutions, providing for automation of live event streaming workflows.

Further, is the ability to set specific inputs and outputs dynamically using the VCH channel configuration. There’s support for redundant setups with capabilities for on-premise and in cloud.

“The automated integration with VCH makes streaming easier, removing the requirement for manual configuration and risk of error, which can be a particularly cumbersome process when using a redundant setup,” said James Burt, CTO and Co-Founder, Vualto.

The addition of ATEME’s solutions has also facilitated an extension of the VCH plugin set.

Burt adds, “This partnership will allow operators and broadcasters to orchestrate live events and channels with ease, with the ability to automatically start, stop and configure Titan Live encoder services from the VCH interface. The integration provides great benefits to operators and broadcasters who are looking for an efficient and convenient way to deliver their live streams. As well as having cost benefits, this tight-knit integration ensures premium video delivery to end users, at all times.”

Paul Marsden, Sales Director, ATEME added: “What we share with Vualto is determination to deliver the best video quality and video experience to our customers with optimised use of existing infrastructure.”

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