nanocosmos software was again powering the E-Cinema system at Berlinale International Film Festival 2013 and the European Film Market with their improved video coding and playout software.
Based on an upgrade to the Berlinale 2011 and 2012 setup, the ingest and playout software now not only includes high resolution and high bitrate MXF based E-Cinema material, but also H.264 stream based video files for previewing/screening the film material from the Berlinale archive servers. Additional verification tools have been implemented for quality checking video assets including DCP containers.
The E-Cinema ingest and playout applications have been developed by using the nanocosmos Broadcast SDKs for MXF and H.264 encoding and playout.
Again, more than 500 movies have been encoded and encrypted with nanocosmos software, used in playout systems in more than 50 cinemas in Berlin.
NEW nanocosmos Live Video Encoder 2.1
We are very proud to announce our nanocosmos Live Video Encoder 2.1 software toolkit.
For over 18 months we have been working on improving our encoding, streaming and studio products and we are happy to share our results. The new version which will be introduced today features a lot of enhancements based on our valued customers feedback. We are very excited and delighted to provide this streaming toolkit for streaming professionals, software developers and enthusiasts.
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nanocosmos GmbH, ein führendes Unternehmen im Bereich Video-Software, beliefert die Berlinale Filmfestspiele 2011 mit ihrer Video-Playout- und Encoder-Software
Die nanocosmos GmbH aus Berlin – http://www.nanocosmos.de, ein führendes Unternehmen im Bereich Video-Software – hat in Zusammenarbeit mit der Berlinale Video-Playout- und Encoder-Software entwickelt.
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CBC and RTL, one of European largest broadcast and TV production companies and broadcasters, is licensing the nanocosmos MXF and Quicktime Broadcast components and aquiring additional software development services by nanocosmos.
MXF is the major video archiving format used in digital video production. In combination with MPEG based video codecs, it is used for XDCAM-HD and IMX video, 2 major video production video production systems.
“The cooperation with CBC and RTL further improves our technology for tapeless video production systems. Our video codecs prove to be ready for digital archiving and video production in tapeless video studios.” – says nanocosmos CEO Oliver Lietz.