The venerable field of audio/visual (AV) packaging is undergoing a renaissance in the streaming age, driven by convergence between broadcast and broadband, demand for greater flexibility, and delivery in multiple versions over wider geographical areas requiring different languages and varying rights.
Combination of the Encoding.com platform with the Telestream Media Framework brings unique advantages to enterprises seeking to harness the benefits of cloud media processing.
The company’s latest innovations, which include a new orchestration system and non-linear live streaming, are designed to maximise the monetisation opportunities and user experience of live sports.
Part of Telestream iQ solutions, ARGUS enables automated surveillance of each video transition point with data aggregation from monitoring probes across the video delivery chain. It provides high-level dashboard views of service performance as well as deep dive analytics data, enabling service providers to quickly identify video quality issues and their root causes.
Streaming dominates media supply chains far more than it did even at the time of the last IBC with a physical presence in 2019.
Telestream will demonstrate its comprehensive portfolio of solutions that empower production and post production teams, operations personnel, and engineers to ensure the highest quality customer experience while providing maximum business value.
Telestream, based in Nevada City, Calif. (with additional offices in Westwood, Mass,), is a privately held company that supports customers around the world in the Broadcast, Professional Video Production, Education, Corporate and Military market segments. The company is celebrating its 25th year in business in 2022, offering relevant products, systems and services that stretch from “glass to glass.”
In a strategic move that further extends its reach in the cloud-media processing sector, Telestream has announced its acquisition of Encoding.com, an Emmy award winning cloud media processing platform used by Fortune 1000 Media & Entertainment companies, streaming services, broadcasters, and corporate video customers around the globe.