Ultra HD infrastructure and video compression startup, BBright, will launch three new products at IBC that will complement its UHD baseband player and live 4K HEVC encoder.
BBright will introduce: UHD-Record for quad 3G-SDI baseband recording; a 4K HEVC transport stream player called UHD-TS; and its HEVC-Master file mastering station for HEVC.
The firm said that the updates will extend its capability across the UHD workflow ecosystem.
The 4K baseband recorder will enable capture of an Ultra HD live content source.
The UHD HEVC transport stream player will enable cost effective distribution of 4K compressed content at lower bit rates.
Meanwhile, the HEVC mastering station enables creation of non-live content or VoD file such as movies and TV documentaries at the highest video quality – HEVC encoded up to 4:4:4 12 bits.
France-based BBright claims to have grown rapidly to become a reliable source of 4K content to leading UHD sport trials. These are being conducted through its UHD-Play baseband server and SLED-4K live HEVC encoder by Tier-1 broadcasters like France Télévisions.
BBright will exhibit at IBC in the French pavilion on stand 2.B39a
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22 October 2020 @ 10:11:42 UTC