Titan File is based on ATEME's Stream compression engine
Belgium service provider Videohouse has integrated ATEME Titan multi-codec/format video transcoding software into its file-based workflow using IBM Aspera Orchestrator.
“With Titan File integrated into Orchestrator, we can now automate workflows that used to require manual interventions in the past”, said Yuri Landman, project manager at Videohouse. "For instance, it is possible to launch quality control software immediately after receiving a file, and, depending on the result, automatically launch the transcoding process using the ATEME software.”
“Titan File is based on ATEME's Stream compression engine, and delivers the highest video quality at minimum bitrates with accelerated parallel processing”, said Christophe Deffontaines, EMEA sales director at ATEME. “Titan File creates high video quality 4K-UHD and is now available with a production ready HDR support.”
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