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InSync Technology are experts in Image Processing & Broadcast Standards conversion. For nearly 20 years we have been at the forefront of enabling high quality content delivery. Content owners, broadcasters and service providers are faced with a radically changing media landscape. They are challenged with an increasing number of required formats, frame rates as well as the need to produce for both SDR and HDR end points.

InSync is there to help. In hardware or software, in the cloud or on premise, direct or with one of our many technology and platform partners – you can rely on InSync to provide a solution!


Motion Compensated Frame Rate Conversion in Telestream’s Cloud Solutions

23rd September 2021
InSync Technology today announced API integration between its FrameFormer standards conversion software engine and Telestream’s cloud transcoding and media processing products to provide further options for motion compensated frame rate conversion.

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Own, Process or Deliver High Value Media Assets?

8th December 2020
Multiple HDR standards are now in use, along with BT.2020 colour space, so what happens when content needs standards conversion for international distribution or integration into local programming?
8th December 2020
The availability of cloud services has released broadcasters from the shackles of inflexible and costly capex-based infrastructures. They can now choose the cloud to host their operations or access third-party media services.
1st October 2020
“For an internationally renowned sports organisation, Visuals Switzerland was confident in combining InSync’s FrameFormer engine with market leaders in MAM customisation IMC...., it’s no surprise the conversion quality is second to none!” Peter Sullivan–  Visuals Switzerland

InSync Technology is a successful and growing employee-owned business. Since our inception in 2003, InSync has specialised in development of highly efficient signal processing and standards conversion products, with a focus on motion compensated frame rate conversion