InSync Technology today announced API integration between its FrameFormer standards conversion software engine and Telestream’s cloud transcoding and media processing products to provide further options for motion compensated frame rate conversion.
With increasing competition for global viewers, content owners seek ever more efficient and cost-effective solutions for high quality frame rate conversion. The integration of the FrameFormer motion compensated frame rate and format converter into Telestream’s media processing products brings exceptional quality CPU only standards conversion capability to tried and trusted cloud and on premise workflows.
“Offering FrameFormer within Telestream’s products, such as Transform and Vantage, enables anyone involved in content preparation to simply and easily add a frame rate conversion step into their media management workflow,” said Paola Hobson, Managing Director at InSync Technology Ltd. “FrameFormer requires only CPU resources, which provides for maximum flexibility in deployment, on premise or in the cloud.”
“Adding FrameFormer by InSync Technology into our product range creates further choices for our customers in their media processing workflows,” said Reuben Cohn, Product Manager at Telestream. “Preserving picture quality when frame rate converting is key to successful monetization of content in worldwide markets, so partnering with InSync Technology was an obvious step for Telestream.”
Telestream customers will be able to select the InSync FrameFormer motion compensated frame rate conversion service as an add on option within a range of products for both cloud and on premise workflows, including Transform and Vantage.
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