Mediaware at NAB 2018 SU3306
Mediaware will be exhibiting at NAB 2018 on stand SU3306.
Mediaware is the technology leader in the creation of multi-channel play-out software applications for digital TV, cable, satellite and IP networks. In 2018, Mediaware will showcase its InStream product, a 100% software-based channel solution providing ad insertion, play-out, and TS contribution switching that leverages the efficiencies of MPEG for ASI and IP networks. Delivering multiple compressed channels in SD, HD and Ultra HDTV worldwide, InStream supports the linear packaging of broadcast-quality video, audio and subtitles for regionalization, localization and TS MPEG switching. InStream reduces fixed costs per channel via architecturally superior channel density eliminating costly dependence on physical play-out devices. Ideal for system integrators looking for a quality and cost advantage that exceeds customer expectations.
Mediaware to showcase latest all-IP video routing and switching
CANBERRA, 7 September. Mediaware, Australia's leading provider of digital television technologies, has announced it will be demonstrating a new all-IP media routing and switching functionality and introduce its vision for cloud and hybrid environments at IBC 2017.
Live HEVC Splicing Showcase at NAB2017
Canberra, April 2017 - Mediaware, a leading provider of digital television technologies enabling rapid deployment of playout channels and regionalisation, today announced it is bringing its full-featured, live HEVC splicing demonstrator, InStream Splice to NABSHOW 2017.
DVEX and MissionMonitor move to a new domain
Mediaware has a long history of supporting the defence and civil law enforcement sectors. Our customers depend on us for digital solutions that extract actionable, timely intelligence from surveillance and reconnaissance imagery gathered.
Mediaware presents ACE for the first time in Europe at IBC 2016
CANBERRA, Australia - Mediaware, leaders in digital ad insertion, playout and compressed television technologies, will showcase its Matrix with Audio Control Engine (ACE) multi-channel audio loudness processor for statistically multiplexed transport streams at IBC 2016.