Sensio Technologies will use IBC to launch the Sensio Noise Reducer, designed to produce cleaner SD, HD, and stereoscopic 3D images, and multi-format versions of its 3D encoder and decoder.
According to Sensio, a key feature of all these products is that they are full-frame compatible, supporting side by-side and top-and-bottom formats as well as Sensio Hi-Fi 3D.
Version 2.0 of Sensio Autodetect – which the company says is the only commercially available technology for automatically detecting whether an incoming video stream is in 2D or stereoscopic 3D – will also be released at the show.
“Stereoscopic 3D is currently at a crossroads,” said Richard LaBerge, executive vice-president and chief marketing officer. “For the medium to emerge from the testing lab and become an actual revenue stream, professional-grade solutions are required across the board that offer superior image quality, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. Sensio’s technologies meet all these criteria, and we are committed to maintaining and improving our existing products, as well as developing new ones, in order to provide what the industry needs.”
Visitors to IBC will also be able to view the Superflex Pro Cinema Event Player (PCEP), which integrates Sensio Hi-Fi 3D technology, to be unveiled by long-time partner International Datacasting Corporation (IDC).
International Datacasting Corporation will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 1.C71
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