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Intel Corporation
2200 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara CA 95052
USA

Phone: 408-765-8389
Web site: http://TranscodeService.Intel.com
 
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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
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.
CES '16: FreeCast Launches SelectTV Set-Top Box
The company that brought you the Rabbit TV aggregation service now offers that service—and more, including a fully functioning PC—in a set-top box due to ship in April.
Moscow State Releases First HEVC Comparison
In addition to comparing HEVC codecs, report also compares HEVC to VP9 and x264, with potentially controversial results
Intel Updates Media Server Studio and More
New release includes HEVC support in the Premiere version; Intel has also updated Video Pro Analyzer and Stress Bitstreams and Encoder products
Amazon, Google, and More Working on Royalty-Free Codec
The Alliance for Open Media—including Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla, and Netflix—hopes to deliver a video codec for internet delivery by late 2016 or early 2017; Cisco's Thor technology will be included

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