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Intel Corporation
2200 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara CA 95052
USA

Phone: 408-765-8389
Web site: http://software.intel.com/ultra-hd-ultra-simple
 
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Harness the power of Intel® hardware accelerated media processing with Intel® Transcode Service. Intel® Transcode Service is an innovative cloud video platform that enables you to instantly scale your transcoding capacity to match your demand.

Intel® Transcode Service also provides your business with a software stack to deploy on your servers to create a clould video transcoding environment.

  • Simple, Scalable, Secure and Extensible RESTful API
  • Easy integration with your current workflow
  • Support for all major codecs (H.264, AAC, MPEG2, etc)
  • Accessible on our cloud or deployed on your servers
This company is listed in the following categories:
Mobile VideoOnline Video PlatformsOTT VideoVideo Advertising
Video Creation/ProductionVideo Encoding/TranscodingVideo Formats/Players/CodecsVideo Hosting/Delivery
Education VideoEnterprise VideoMedia/Entertainment VideoOnline Video Industry
Articles Mentioned
Opinion: Is A Codec War in Our Future?
While the Alliance for Open Media's AV1 shows promise for OTT, MPEG's system approach promises greater interoperability as it also addresses the broadcast market
What is AV1?
Scheduled to be the first codec released by the Alliance for Open Media, AV1 is positioned to replace VP9 and compete with HEVC. While we don't know many details yet, the backing of the Alliance should give AV1 a significant competitive advantage.
What Is VP9?
VP9 is the open-source codec from Google, and provides a royalty-free alternative to HEVC. It's more efficient than H.264, and while it's less efficient than HEVC, it compares well on quality.
Netflix Discusses VP9-Related Development Efforts
Once counted out, VP9 is on the rise, with support from Netflix, JW Player, Brightcove, and more. In this interview, David Ronca of Netflix talks about VP9 savings, encoding, and testing.
A Progress Report: The Alliance for Open Media and the AV1 Codec
The cross-industry open source Alliance welcomed new members and is making strides with AV1. Meanwhile, HEVC's future seems more uncertain than ever.

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