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Whitepaper: Canonical, Ampere, and NETINT Establish
Video Encoding in the Cloud on Arm

Whitepaper Synopsis: Canonical, Ampere, and NETINT Establish Video Encoding in the Cloud on Arm By deploying Android in the cloud, mobile gaming applications can be virtualized to deliver a scalable and efficient platform that combines hardware and software for high density real-time video encoding.   CLICK TO READ THE PAPER   “Mobile gaming is expected […]

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Whitepaper: Interactive Applications Powered by Video at the Cloud Edge

Whitepaper Synopsis: Interactive Applications Powered by Video at the Cloud Edge ASIC based video encoders deliver the TCO required for cloud gaming, RTC, and interactive video applications. This paper describes the future of video streaming and the architecture of emerging cloud edge services utilizing high performance video infrastructures. It examines the technologies and architectures of […]

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Subjective HEVC Transcoding Quality

A Comparison of: Intel SVT-HEVC NGCode FPGA-based HEVC encoder (acquired by Xilinx) NETINT Codensity T408 Transcoder x.265 Medium and Veryfast Presets On September 11, 2019, Streaming Media Magazine published an article entitled Hardware-Based Transcoding Solutions Roundup: Testing Performance, that compared various H.264 and HEVC encoders using objective and subjective testing. The HEVC encoders tested included Intel’s SVT (Scalable […]

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Whitepaper: Edge Encoding in the Video Cloud

Edge Encoding in the Video Cloud NETINT’s original whitepaper, Encoding at Scale for Live Video Streaming, explained the growing demand for video transcoding and encoding ladder generation for OTT video streaming to multi-screen viewers. In this paper, we will take a closer look at where in the video streaming path, between the content contributor to […]

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Whitepaper: Encoding at Scale for Live Video Streaming

Encoding at Scale for Live Video Streaming In a live video streaming workflow, the video source content must first be encoded into multiple bitrates to minimize distribution costs to a variety of video playback devices. However, encoding algorithms require extensive processing resources, especially when using the newest video codecs that deliver high compression levels. With […]

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