Archimedia Atlas 3-1 player.
Archimedia Technology will feature the Atlas 3.1 media player and Iris Cloud Service, which makes possible instant worldwide collaboration for workgroups.
Archimedia Technology will introduce its Iris Media Intelligence family of products for interactive quality control, review, and validation of any media, timed text or metadata file in a file-based workflow at the 2015 NAB Show, April 11-16, in Las Vegas.
Iris products work with Archimedia's new Iris Cloud Service to enable instant worldwide collaboration for workgroups of any size and composition — always under the content owner's secure control.
Archimedia also will highlight Atlas 3.1, the latest member of its family of professional media players for critical viewing of encoded A/V content.
Atlas 3.1, is capable of playing 4K 60p and HDR-encoded content at full screen, in practically any format and from all kinds of sources and manufacturers via SDI, HDMI, DisplayPort, and DVI to all kinds of screens, all with frame-accurate precision.
See Archimedia at NAB Show booth SL11616.
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