InSync Technology And Dalet Announced FrameFormer

This offers motion compensated frame rate conversion on demand via the Dalet AmberFin Cloud Transcoder Service SaaS solution.

Dalet AmberFin Cloud Transcoder Service is presented as a SaaS based media processing service with robust media packaging and distribution capabilities for post production and broadcast workflows.

Frame rate conversion is an essential requirement for any content owner wanting to monetize material domestically and internationally. A high quality, motion compensated standards converter is the only solution for handling the multiple formats and frame rates needed for content distribution. With integration of FrameFormer from InSync Technology, motion compensated standards conversion is now available within the Dalet AmberFin SaaS solution.

“FrameFormer is becoming a popular choice for on-demand standards conversion. Customers have told us that FrameFormer delivers superior results for all types of content, from sub-QCIF up to 8K and beyond,” said Managing Director of InSync, Paola Hobson.

"Dalet finds that InSync's FrameFormer technology provides best in class, motion compensated standards conversion for SD/HD/UHD content at a price/performance ratio that is unmatched in the industry," said Eric Carson, Director of Dalet AmberFin Product Strategy.

Claimed unique among elastic cloud transcoders, Dalet AmberFin Cloud Transcoder Service can be accessed via a public cloud managed service environment or deployed as a scalable container based service inside a customer’s existing private cloud infrastructure.

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