Based in Vietnam, Tek4TV offers a product portfolio that allows customers to remain competitive in a rapidly changing video landscape by identifying and addressing consumer expectations with solutions that maximize their video experience. The company, a well-respected transformation pioneer in the video industry, also provides the tools customers need to
Broadcast Pix, based out of Boston, develops and markets integrated production switchers combined with realtime 3D graphics, green screen, virtual sets and a cloud-based media asset management system. The product’s newest capability is a web interface that allows remote control of the video switcher with an ultra-low latency multiview.
Marco Branzanti, now CTO at Axel Technology, was one of our very early customers—dating back to even before we were known as Medialooks. Being extremely helpful in suggesting features and providing qualitative feedback, Marco has successfully used MPlatform to build a range of software solutions for TV automation, which
ISE 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands — February 9, 2016 — Medialooks today announced that several WebRTC-based use cases are now available in its broadcast application development framework, MPlatform SDK. WebRTC is a new adaptive bit rate streaming technology that is gaining compatibility with most web browsers and handheld devices. “We see reason to
WebRTC has a number of awesome features—such as ultra-low latency, adaptive bitrate, instant peer connectivity and encryption. It is supported by virtually all browsers, both on desktop and mobile. With our video SDK, WebRTC can be easily used to remotely control native Windows applications—which is exactly what Broadcast
WebRTC is a relatively new streaming technology that provides a scalable low-latency way of transmitting audio, video and data between browsers, desktop applications and mobile devices. Here’s a few thoughts about the technology itself for your consideration. Main benefits * WebRTC is designed to be web-native for browsers. Today, if