Thomson to Focus on Multiscreen, Encoding at ANGA

May 23, 2013
At ANGA COM 2013, Thomson Video Networks will display its ViBE EM4000 eight-channel encoder and ViBE VS7000 multiscreen and HEVC solution for cable, IPTV, and over-the-top (OTT) delivery. The EM4000 is designed for multi-channel HD or SD encoding and leverage...
At ANGA COM 2013, Thomson Video Networks will display its ViBE EM4000 eight-channel encoder and ViBE VS7000 multiscreen and HEVC solution for cable, IPTV, and over-the-top (OTT) delivery.The EM4000 is designed for multi-channel HD or SD encoding and leverages Thomson's Mustang 2.0 compression technology for MPEG-4 AVC. For upgrading SD channels to HD, the ViBE EM4000 is designed to encode up to eight HD or SD channels in 1 RU and includes built-in statistical multiplexing. It also now includes automatic loudness control to comply with international standards such as the U.S. CALM Act, ITU BS.1770, and EBU R128 and features built-in teletext-to-DVB subtitling capabilities.The VS7000 video system is designed as an "anything in, anything out" encoding/transcoding platform for Web TV, OTT services, IPTV, and cable delivery. It combines Thomson's compression platform for an all-IP environment with live encoding, video preprocessing, and faster-than-real-time file transcoding. At ANGA COM 2013, Thomson will also showcase both real-time and off-line HEVC encoding on the ViBE VS7000.

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