NAB 2020 was not to be but instead we can bring you the essence of our NAB showcase through this virtual experience.
In addition to some exciting partner announcements which were scheduled for NAB but will now appear in the coming weeks, we had planned to show you –
- Live conversion of UHD video streams by the InSync FrameFormer Link software engine – API driven, CPU only processing and deployable in the cloud
- InSync in partnership with Hiscale GmbH – Flics | Solo FF offers a fully automated software solution for preparation and packaging of file-based media assets including InSync’s FrameFormer motion compensated frame rate conversion.
- A preview of InSync FrameFormer Live
Introduction – Paola Hobson, Managing Director
Welcome to the InSync NAB 2020 virtual experience. Paola introduces InSync Technology – who we are and what we do? She also reflects on our planned presence at NAB 2020 and summarises the big announcements!
Live conversion of UHD streams using FrameFormer Link software engine – James Shepherd, CTO
InSync introduces live conversion of UHD/4K streams using its FrameFormer Link software engine. James also explains how FrameFormer Link can be easily integrated into any live production platform to bring the highest quality motion compensated frame rate conversion.
Hiscale Flics Solo FF – Daryl Blair, Marketing Director
InSync in partnership with Hiscale GmbH – Flics | Solo FF offers a fully automated software solution for preparation and packaging of file-based media assets including InSync’s FrameFormer motion compensated frame rate conversion.
InSync Frameformer Live – Daryl Blair, Marketing Director
InSync introduces a fully featured software appliance which can be deployed on premise or in the cloud. Provides configuration, reporting and handling of common streaming formats. Application of motion compensated frame rate conversion using CPU only resources.
Whitepaper on live standards conversion in the cloud – Paola Hobson, Managing Director
Broadcasters seeking revenue from international distribution of live events need live standards conversion in a fully cloud-based workflow. In this White Paper, we outline the practical and technical challenges of reinventing standards conversion as a live cloud-based service, and we identify the readiness of various technologies as appropriate to the required solution.