Broadcast Encoders

TITAN Live

Carrier-grade video encoding solution for next generation TV Head-End

TITAN Live is the perfect carrier-grade video processing solution for next
TV generation Head-End. Based on an innovative design, TITAN Live is a real-time multi-channel/format encoder embedding up to 48x3G-SDI inputs. TITAN Live can also receive IP sources coming from satellite reception, making it a convergent solution for complex Video Head Ends. With the support for various encapsulation formats, TITAN Live
revolutionizes live content delivery by enabling to repurpose content over
numerous devices such as TV, smartphones, tablets, PCs or web players
while maintaining pristine video quality. TITAN Live answers all market
requirements and is thus the suitable solution to Terrestrial, Satellite, Cable,
IPTV and OTT networks.

Key Features :

  • High density multi-profile encoder
  • SDI/uncompressed and IP/compressed and video inputs in one solution
  • Support for multi-codec, including latest HEVC standard, and multi-format streaming, including adaptive bit rate (ABR)
  • Built-in supervision for N+M redundancy management
  • Compliant with Adobe®, Apple®, Google®, Microsoft® environments
  • Ad insertion (SCTE35) support

Read more: Introducing TITAN Live

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7 April

HEVC and Broadcast Content

High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) is a new video compression format that effectively doubles the data compression rate compared to H.264/MPEG-4 AVC at the same level of video quality.
HEVC will be used first in applications where bandwidth is a problem today, where the client device can easily be updated to support HEVC, either because it is a device that users replace frequently, such as smartphones, or because it is flexible to support HEVC. Contribution applications will come later, and require more robust complex implementations of the standard than what can be offered by compression vendors at this time.HEVC has been found to be a very efficient codec for all content types including interlaced content; if you think otherwise, this paper will help you understand where the misconception that HEVC is only for progressive was initiated.