Adobe Case Study
Adobe®’s Creative Cloud applications Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Media Encoder don’t need additional introduction. The tool suite is being used for creating vlogs, YouTube, as well as Films and Documentaries for the big screen. With a wide range of ingest and output formats including XAVC, XDCAM or AVC Ultra, as well as HEVC/H.265 support and backwards compatibility with DV they offer extreme flexibility to meet any workflow requirement.
Anyware Video Case Study
The Anyware Video product portfolio consists of powerful video servers for capturing and transmitting content in multiple formats as well as highly flexible ingest, playout, editing and supervising solutions for broadcast automation. To handle all these tasks properly, users have to deal with content in numerous diverse formats each day. Anyware Video supports a huge set of formats in their OneGenie and DubMaster broadcast products by licensing major MainConcept codecs like HEVC/H.265, AVC/H.264, MPEG-1/2, DNxHD / DNxHR, DVCPRO HD and many more to fulfill their clients’ requirements.
Dalet Case Study
Dalet’s product line provides a combination of MAM, orchestration, editorial, production and distribution functionality under a single platform. TV news, sports and entertainment broadcast channels, radio networks, sports leagues and teams, online media distributors, government agencies, studios and post-production houses as well as educational institutions use Dalet’s Galaxy, AmberFin and Brio flexibility to deal with many standards. MainConcept Encoder and Decoder SDK components are the driving force in the Dalet platforms for processing different media files.
FXHOME Case Study
HitFilm Pro is an impressive video editor and 3D compositor combines a non-linear editing solution with layer-based compositing and visual effects for filmmakers and motion artists supporting a wide range of formats such as AVC/H.264, MPEG-4 Part 2, MPEG-1/2, DV and DVCPRO for video, and AAC, AMR, PCM, WMA, MPEG and Dolby Digital (AC-3) for audio.
MAGIX Case Study
To provide full performance video editing for MAGIX, MainConcept’s AVC/HEVC Encoders offer software processing on CPU and use Intel® Quick Sync Video hardware encoding available on Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® CPUs with build-in Intel® HD Graphics. MainConcept’s AVC/HEVC hardware decoders enable fast playback on Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® E3 CPUs with Intel® HD Graphics for smooth editing workflows.
PlayBox Technology Case Study
PlayBox Technology Ltd. has licensed MainConcept’s HEVC/H.265, AVC/H.264, MPEG-2 and DVCPRO HD Decoder SDKs within their CaptureBox Neo and AirBox Neo solutions. Besides its market proven Codec technology, AirBox Neo is also using MainConcept’s SCTE-35 SDK for inserting Dynamic Ad markers on-the-fly into MPEG-2 Transport Streams.
Soliton Case Study
Camera operators shooting news or sports events in the field use professional camcorders with high-quality broadcast formats. For breaking news and mobile live broadcasting, bandwidth is limited and requires an efficient streaming codec. For encoding, Soliton Systems introduced the world's first HEVC/H.265 mobile hardware encoder for video transmission. On the client side, the MainConcept® HEVC Decoder SDK provides a flexible software solution that allows for real-time playback of HEVC/H.265 content.
STRYME Case Study
MainConcept® codecs, packaging and streaming components are used in STRYME’s all-in-one video server for multi-format live production and broadcasting. The broadcast industry requires robust and reliable solutions for their daily production workflows. Broadcasters need high performance, stability and flexibility to automate their production process efficiently. STRYME provides powerful video servers that fulfill the strict requirements of handling every format and every codec.