nanocosmos News January 2013
New Year Greetings
Best wishes for 2013 to all encoding and streaming professionals! It has been an exciting year 2012,
and we are looking forward to present new software products and updates for video encoding and streaming in 2013.
See my Executive Vision regarding the future of software encoding in the December issue of "Streaming Media Magazine" 2012.
nanocosmos founder and CEO Oliver Lietz
read all about it here.
New and Improved nanocosmos website and documentation Wiki
We didn't just stop with the improvements to our website. We have also added a complete documentation area where you will find simple tutorials and code samples to help you integrate your application. Including an extensive FAQ and Document Integration documentation.
Check it out:
New! nanoStream 3.2
We are very proud to announce the
nanoStream 3.2 software,
available as Application, SDK, and Web Plugin.
For Encoding and Streaming of H.264, video quality has been improved especially for low bitrate streaming.
Dynamic / Adaptive Quantization and H.264 encoding settings requested by our customers have been added.
You can now stream with tremendous quality with a much lower bitrate than ever before.
- Improved RTMP Streaming (RTMP-T Tunneling, Auto-Reconnect, CDN Streaming, Stability)
- Improved UDP/TS Streaming (TS System Compatibility, TS Subtitles, Packet Sizes)
- Improved Screen Capture
- Improved MacOS Web Plugin and Command Line Encoder
- Improved Remote Control Interface
Contact us for an evaluation or price quote.
New and Improved nanoStream Web Plugin Samples
There are new updates to the nanoStream Web Plugin Live Encoder Samples, using our browser plugins, for Windows and MacOS.
The nanoStream Web Plugin Encoder supports all features of the Desktop App: Live Encoding of H.264, MP4 File Writing, Video Mixing, Overlays, and more.
Check out the new web encoder.
New and Improved Broadcast Codecs and MXF components
Our broadcast codecs also have improved for performance and compatibility.
Our MXF reader and writer modules are now better operable with 3rd party products in professional studio environments.
MPEG-TS has added functionality for broadcast quality bitrate control, packet sizes and subtitles.
The E-Cinema and Studio playout components have been updated to include MXF HD and H.264/MP4 streams.
See our software running in 24/7 operation at the Berlinale Film Festival 2013 again!