Encoding tech firm MediaKind has announced the integration of Dolby Vision with its portfolio.
The company said that the UHD tech will be supported within MediaKind Packaging and MediaKind Encoding Live products, along with its MediaKind’s Aquila Streaming and Aquila Broadcast solutions. As a result, MediaKind customers will be able to deliver content in Dolby Vision across broadcast, operator, streaming, and cloud-based services.
Dolby Vision is largely considered as a gold standard in video fidelity, combining HDR with wide colour gamut capabilities to deliver ultra-vivid picture quality. Compared with a typical display, Dolby Vision provides highlights that are up to 40 times brighter, and blacks that are 10 times darker.
Boris Felts, head of products, MediaKind, said: “We are delighted to announce the integration of Dolby Vision within our Aquila consumer delivery solutions and encoding product portfolio. As more UHD channels come to market, service providers, broadcasters, and operators will require the latest HDR encoding technology advancements to enable and realize the immersive potential of their content. Support for Dolby Vision means we can further enhance our encoding solutions to meet the needs of our customers and provide them with the ability to deliver premium, next-generation experiences to the market faster than ever before.”
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