Elecard releases version 4.4 of CodecWorks Encoder enhanced with configurable redundancy modes, web-interface, improved GUI, RTMP and MPEG-DASH protocols support.
Major changes and improvements:
- Unconditional reliability. The automatic changeover to a redundant source applies immediately in case an error occurs.
- More input source cards to choose from. The list of compatible source cards is considerably extended.
- Quick fault acknowledgement. SPTS monitoring functions enable to spot CC errors and send error notifications via e-mail or SNMP protocol.
The new version is powered with the latest QuickSync components based on Intel® MSS SDK 2017. Quick Sync technology may become a major booster for any encoding solution which allows processing video on GPU while CPU can be used to perform other tasks. The use of latest QuickSync components significantly increases data processing speed and improves performance.
QoS and QoE modules for monitoring quality of input or output stream can be added to the current product version. Read more about Elecard quality monitoring technology.
You might have experienced the perfect work of Elecard CodecWorks Encoder if attended one of four stadiums during 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup games (17 June to 2 July 2017). It was CodecWorks Encoder that provided real-time FHD 1920*1080 encoding of video from SDI with ultra low-latency for huge monitors allocated at stadiums. Driven by Intel® Quick Sync technology, CodecWorks successfully demonstrated high-density encoding (up to 12 FHD AVC channels on a single CPU) and provided a reliable system of video broadcasting within the stadiums.
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