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IBC2023: Ateme introduces cloud-native raw content processing

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Ateme (IBC exhibitor, 1.D33) is providing sports broadcasters with the production equivalent of a Swiss Army Knife, its says, with the introduction of cloud-native bridge functionality on its TITAN universal gateway to enable raw video content processing in the cloud. This transforms traditional hardware-centric workflows to enable occasional-use scenarios and caters to the needs of content providers broadcasting one-off events across countries. The feature can also run on Ateme’s SaaS solution, Ateme+.

“Introducing the possibility of software baseband processing, the bridge functionality also offers superior video performance and extended international reach with full software-based watermarking insertion and premium frame rate conversion based on motion compensation,” the vendor says. “This capability is crucial for transmitting major international sporting events across countries using different frame rates.”

Ateme, which specialises in video compression, delivery, and streaming solutions, says the new feature, with support for JPEG-XS or NDI, confirms software as a viable option for ultra-low latency connections. “It offers service providers the flexibility of switching easily between different encoding methods, for smooth and efficient video delivery.”

Forthcoming functions include SDR/HDR conversion and audio-immersive manipulation.

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