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Orion taps Ateme for move into internet TV

Russian pay TV platform Orion has tapped online video specialist Ateme to provide encoders and decoders for its expansion into web-delivered video services. Orion, which is expanding its offering from a satellite-only services to embrace OTT-delivered content, will use Ateme’s Stream compression technology-based Kyrion encoder to deliver video services over the internet. Ateme said that […]

ATEME and NexGuard partner for HDR watermarking

Video compression company ATEME and Civolution owned-watermarking technology firm NexGuard will launch a joint solution for the forensic watermarking of pre-release High Dynamic Range (HDR) video content at IBC. The solution is based on NexGuard’s Software Development Kit and is integrated with ATEME’s Ttitan Software Transcoders, to allow customers to identify leaks prior to delivering […]

Ateme providing 4K encoding at French Open

Video compression specialist Ateme is providing the primary live encoding platform for 4K, HEVC delivery of the French Open tennis tournament.  The images are being broadcast on the Fransat platform, which is distributing the tournament to French free-to-air broadcasting service TNT via satellite. The footage can be viewed on any 4K-compatible TV, according to Ateme. […]

Red Bull partners with Eutelsat for 4K demo

Red Bull will launch its ‘Wings to 4K’ project at IBC, demoing content on Ultra HD screens at the event in partnership with Eutelsat, IDC and ATEME. Red Bull Media House is producing live and pre-produced 4K content at Red Bull’s Hangar-7 studio in Salzburg, Austria, which it will display on UHD screens on the […]

CBC chooses Ateme for HD services

ANGA exhibitor Ateme (Stand L15) has been chosen by RTL-owned German TV production and broadcast provider CBC to supply encoding and decoding equipment for relaying live HD coverage of sports events such as car racing back to its playout centre in Cologne. The Ateme codecs will be deployed on location for backhauling the dedicated feed […]

Eurovision chooses MPEG-4 4:2:2 10-bit contribution from ATEME

The Eurovision organization has chosen ATEME’s Kyrion CM4104 encoder to provide MPEG-4 4:2:2 10-bit contribution feeds over the EBU Eurovision network. ATEME said the deal confirmed the maturity of MPEG-4 4:2:2 10-bit compression two years after its introduction. MPEG-4 4:2:2 10-bit offers an alternative to the widely used JPEG2000 compression format for contribution.