Nablet Licenses XAVC Encoder To Telestream

Media processing technologies developer nablet has licensed its XAVC encoder to Telestream. The tech is claimed to perform 20 percent faster long GOP encoding, or up to 30 percent less CPU usage for same profiles than competing solutions.

“We are proud that such a renowned company as Telestream has licensed our XAVC encoder,” said Sven Dueking, SVP of Engineering for nablet. “They offer enterprise-grade transcoding and workflow systems where only the best components will do. We are happy that nablet technology meets their high standards. XAVC is a very strategic codec for us, and we keep optimizing it.”

“We always look for best-of-breed codecs to incorporate into our Vantage Media Processing Platform and the nablet XAVC codec meets that criteria,” said Mark Wronski, SVP of the Telestream Business Unit.

nablet offers a full suite of XAVC components including smart rendering for ultra-fast stitching, AVID AMA plugins, and analytics at the container and essence level. 

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