Elecard and Velion intend to demonstrate Elecard StreamEye at KobaShow 2016

April 28, 2016Events

Elecard and Velion join their efforts to launch a demonstration of Elecard StreamEye product line designed for video quality analysis in the spheres of video compression, processing, communication and streaming.

The main highlights of the demonstration:

  • Detailed information regarding the latest improvements and updates in the new version of StreamEye;
  • StreamEye tips and tricks you might not know or heard about;
  • Hardware requirements for best possible experience with StreamEye;
  • StreamEye development roadmaps;
  • Answers to frequently asked questions.

The presentation will be useful for you, if:

  • You are a codec developer who is looking to ensure you provide top quality codec to the market
  • You are a QA team member struggling for code perfection
  • You are a professor or consultant on video encoding technologies avid for a tool to show all aspects of a video bitstream
  • You are a devoted user of any StreamEye version;
  • You are looking to analyze new formats with your StreamEye, such as VP9 or HEVC;
  • While using an existing video analyzing tool you are looking to empower it with advanced features of StreamEye or new codecs such as VP9/HEVC;
  • You are planning to buy software for video analysis and you are searching through different options;
  • You have your project specific questions and looking to get details on development roadmap;
  • You have feature requests or comments on existing funcitonality.

All visitors will receive exclusive bonus – 2 weeks of free trial period of the latest version of Elecard StreamEye with full non-restricted functionality.

Feel free to contact us to make an appointment for technical presentation during KobaShow 2016.

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