InSync Technology; the frame rate conversion experts, today announced a new Managing Director. James Taylor, is to step into the role of Managing Director. He will succeed current MD Paola Hobson, who is moving to the role of Product Manager.
Motion compensated frame rate conversion sounds like it might be complicated. However, the best frame rate conversion is based on strong scientific principles, where tried and trusted algorithms continue to be improved upon through technical innovation and rigorous testing. In this White Paper, we'll talk about the science and explain why not all converters are the same.
Telestream and InSync Technology launch FrameFormer within Vantage Flip64, Telestream's world-class workflow solution. Seamlessly add frame rate conversion to your workflow. Using FrameFormer in Telestream Vantage means you don't have to take your content to the converter - it's available to you wherever you are.
Paola Hobson, product manager at InSync Technology gives a detailed and thorough explanation of one of the industry's most crucial foundations, cadence. In the first part of two white papers, Paola establishes the terminology associated with video cadence and points out some of the areas in which special care is needed in video processing.
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.
M2A Connect's newest feature, a motion compensated standards converter, is powered by InSync's patented technology and with the help of Hiscale brings live, cloud-based standards conversion to broadcasters everywhere.
InSync's Paola Hobson is a mentor on the RISE women in broadcasting mentor programme, watch Ben sit down with her new mentee Neha Shah of Starzplay here.
InSync Technology Ltd releases a new video showcasing the company's products and services.
Paola Hobson, Managing Director of InSync Technology discusses thoughts for the broadcast industry in 2021.
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?