David Davies of Sports Video Group writes that Elemental undertook a demonstration of full frame-rate 4K Ultra HD video coding (HEVC) at a special event in London on Tuesday (10 December). The company showed an end-to-end workflow in which live 4K@p60 HEVC content was encoded for display in real-time.
Digital TV Europe reports that video technology provider Elemental has demonstrated the first live, real-time HEVC-based 4K end-to-end workflow, with video shown at full 60p frame rates.
Advanced Television reports that at an event in London, Elemental showed live 4K@p60 HEVC content. The demonstration proves the industry leadership Elemental has attained with its HEVC implementation and heralds a new age of highly immersive viewing for consumers.
Advanced Television writes that Elemental has been named the multiformat and OTT video processing market leader across multiple regions by research released from SNL Kagan. The ranking follows an ABI Research report issued earlier this year citing Elemental as the leader in live multiscreen encoder global market share.
Goren Nastic of CSI Magazine writes that having claimed another technology first at a London event, Elemental is hopeful it can use the nascent 4k and HEVC markets to chip away at the video processing leadership of the likes of Harmonic, Ericsson and Thomson.
Michelle Clancy of Rapid TV News reports that Elemental has demonstrated full frame rate 4K UltraHD high-efficiency video coding (HEVC). At a special event in London, the company showed an end-to-end workflow in which live 4K HEVC content was encoded for display in real time at 60 frames per second.
Alan Breznick of Light Reading writes that preparing to make a splash with 4K Ultra HD video encoding at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi, Elemental is showing off its latest technical capabilities and boasting about the progress that it's making with 4K.
Mark Hodgkinson of AVForums writes that Elemental is the first organisation that we know of that has reached the goal of delivering, what they term, full frame rate 4K Ultra HD during a demonstration at a special event held in London yesterday.
Steve Donohue of Fierce Cable reports that Elemental expects several broadcasters to deliver 4K Ultra HD programming from the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and that multiple providers worldwide will launch 4K programming tiers in the second half of 2014.
Andrew Dodson writes that Elemental successfully demonstrated its ability to encode full frame rate 4K video content in real-time. Being able to encode 4K content at 60 frames per second is key for sports broadcasts, which most broadcasters agree will help drive consumer demand for 4K, also known as Ultra HD.
Chris Dziadul writes that Elemental has provided a demonstration of full frame rate 4K Ultra HD high-efficiency video coding (HEVC) at a special event in London. In it, the company showed an end-to-end workflow in which live 4K@p60 HEVC content was encoded for display in real time.
Adrian Pennington of Streaming Media Europe writes that the Elemental London demo takes a 4K mezzanine content source encoded in high bitrate H.264 and processed in real-time to 4K HEVC P60, then transmits it over an Ethernet network to a software-based decoder for display on an 84-inch ultra-HD television.
Jeff Baumgartner of Multichannel News writes that Elemental made claims Tuesday that it had successfully demonstrated live “full frame rate” 4K video processing using high-efficiency video coding (HEVC)/H.265, a compression scheme that is about 50% more efficient than H.264/MPEG-4.
Malia Spencer of the Portland Business Journal writes that Blackman forecasts a bright future for Elemental and as the company grows, Blackman hopes to see his own employees follow a path similar to his own.
Streaming Media reports that Elemental is part of the 2013 Streaming Media Europe 101. This list shows companies playing prominent roles in the online video market.
Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen of Streaming Media reports that Elemental was named the winner of three Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards in 2013: Encoding Software, Hardware Encoder (On-Demand) and MPEG-DASH Product.
Malia Spencer of the Portland Business Journal reports that five Portland-area startups have landed on Deloitte’s list of the 500 fastest growing tech companies in North America. That’s up from just one company making the cut on last year’s list.
Adrian Pennington of TVB Europe writes that late last month Japanese telco K-Opticom used high-efficiency video coding (HEVC) powered by Elemental to stream the eight hour Osaka Marathon in 4K, laying claim to be a world first 4K transmission in realtime.
Rapid TV News reports that Chinese regional operator Gansu Broadcast has made a key investment in Elemental to be able to manage 85 local cable TV sub operators and 100 channels from a single management system.
Advanced Television writes that Teleste and Elemental have announced the deployment of a live digital TV video processing system for Gansu Broadcast and Television Network.