ATEME Introduces AVC-I Recording for Premiere Pro ingest from Titan

At the NAB Show 2016, ATEME introduced AVC-I MXF record capabilities in its TITAN transcoder for ingest in ​Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

ATEME's TITAN convergent video transcoding and recording capabilities allow users to distribute live content while also recording the mezzanine feeds as MXF for up to 24 hours of growing file ingest. ATEME can deliver a high-quality, cost-effective, end-to-end solution that goes from premium content contribution with Kyrion encoder/decoder to record and transcode with TITAN software, including real-time editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC archiving and distribution workflows.

TITAN is a multi-codec/format video transcoding software for On-net/OTT Live/VOD distributions, as well as mezzanine, post-production, playout and archive applications. As pure-software transcoder, TITAN is easy to install, configure and integrate into any existing workflow, including conditional access, digital rights management, digital ad insertion and forensic watermarking tools. With the new Adobe Premiere Pro CC ingest capability, broadcasters and video content creators can now capture and edit live media within minutes and deliver professional results with brilliant color for film, TV and web.

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