ATEME Provides 4K-UHD HEVC Encoding for UEFA Euros

​Private national French networks TF1 and M6 are using ATEME to encode in 4K-UHD HEVC (H.265) all eight of the matches produced in 4K from the Euros.

ATEME provided a complete video headend, which includes its encoder Titan Live 4K, as well as “all the resources required for a high-quality and fully secured service”. The 4K-encoded matches will be available for Orange fibre customers via the New Livebox on any compatible TV. The live video is encoded in UHD at 50 frames per second.

Titan is described as a virtualised software-based encoder-transcoder, designed for cable, DTH, and OTT. It supports HEVC, H.264 and MPEG-2 codecs, with resolutions from mobile devices to 4K-UHD. 

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