Ateme said its video transcoding software Titan File is being used by ODMedia, a European video-on-demand (VoD) full-service company, to provide extra features to its high-quality encoding facility.
Titan File is a 4K/Ultra HD (UHD) HEVC transcoding solution which offers compatibility across all available HDR standards on the market. It can work around-the-clock in automated workflows while offering a complete and open API for integration with any media asset management (MAM) system such as the ODMedia, and provides network monitoring of multiple servers deployed both on-premises and in the cloud.
“We have worked with Ateme very well over the past few years and this project has been no different. The migration to HEVC has been smooth, with the Ateme solution proven to be the best choice for us, in terms of codecs expertise, outstanding interoperability, video quality and support capabilities,” said Tim Koeleman, CTO at ODMedia.
“We wanted a long-term solution that will remain relevant in the future with an exciting roadmap. This is what Ateme brought to us with Titan File.”
Titan File is based on Ateme’s fifth-generation Stream compression engine and delivers the “highest video quality at the lowest possible bitrate” with accelerated parallel processing. The video transcoding software is designed for mezzanine, set-top boxes and adaptive bitrate (ABR) VoD, post production, playout and archive applications.
The solution also supports existing transcoding workflows as well as emerging ones such as those including high dynamic range (HDR).
“ODMedia’s encoding facility processes hundreds of hours of content every day and distributes content to over 80 countries and 200 platforms including cable operators, VoD platforms and OTT solutions,” said Christophe Deffontaines, sales director at Ateme.
“Ateme’s TITAN meets technical and business needs of companies, such as ODMedia, with a wide variety of customers who require flexible, agile and future-proof solutions.”