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50 PUBLISH BY MICHAEL BURNS


Net Insight and intoPIX have announced a partnership to develop solutions compliant with the low-latency compression technology JPEG XS. Christer Bohm, VP product management at Net Insight, said: “We are proud to be partnering with intoPIX, pioneer of class-leading video compression technologies, to create solutions that deliver meaningful environmental and


fi nancial savings for the media and broadcast industry. The JPEG XS standard strengthens the innovation possible within content production, thereby assisting to create improved live experiences for viewers all over the world. Net Insight’s JPEG XS applications bring game-changing cost reductions to our customers. In addition to bringing JPEG XS to our latest cloud and IP solutions, we have also invested to bring JPEG XS to existing Nimbra media networks.” Jean-Baptiste Lorent, marketing and sales director at intoPIX, added: “Net Insight’s leadership in cloud, IP and standards-based


STRONGERTOGETHER


PARTNERSHIP PREPS JPEG XS TO CUT COSTS AND LATENCY Net Insight


technology represents the kind of role model partnership needed to realise the full potential of JPEG XS. We believe that content producers, media companies and service providers will greatly appreciate the engineering excellence and innovative nature of Net Insight’s adoption of the JPEG XS technology. We are immensely proud to partner on new solutions that can reduce resource consumption and environmental impact.” TICO-XS compression technology from intoPIX is fully compliant with the new JPEG XS standard, offering low latency within a portable software


application framework, while Net Insight offers JPEG XS standard compliant applications within its cloud and IP solution portfolio. Based on real-world testing and compression grades in the range of 4:1 to 12:1, Net Insight claims its JPEG XS applications can deliver lossless quality video while reducing typical network resource consumption by 90%. By integrating JPEG XS, the same application acceleration platform offers virtualised processing across IP, SDI and mixed format environments, while customers can reuse the same acceleration hardware to perform both media and network processing.


#IBC2021


Bohm: Proud to create solutions that deliver meaningful environmental and fi nancial savings


GATHER ROUND FOR A GAGL WITH NEW CLOUD SERVICE Comrex


MANAGE BY MICHAEL BURNS


A new cloud service called Gagl is to deliver conferenced audio from multiple contributors to Comrex hardware codecs in high quality.


Gagl allows between one and


fi ve users to send and receive audio from computers and smartphones. Participants can connect and send audio by clicking a link using any common web browser. Their audio is


connections with limited bandwidth. The system uses the Opus audio encoder, with a bitrate that delivers both voice and music in excellent quality, according to Comrex. Gagl also delivers audio


Gagl delivers conferenced audio from multiple contributors in high quality


conferenced (if there’s more than one user), and delivered to a Comrex hardware codec such as Access or Bric-Link II. All participants can hear other participants, and the codec can send audio back to them.


Comrex suggests that Gagl could be used as the hub for a round-robin reporting program or for a ‘morning zoo’ radio show to support multiple simultaneous connections at once. Because it offers low latency, it’s appropriate


for call-in talk radio. Gagl could also be used to allow a single contributor to connect back to the studio from a computer or smartphone.


Designed with audio quality in mind, Gagl provides stable


directly to a Comrex codec with all the stability enhancements, pro-grade audio connections and features that hardware codecs provide. With a simple user interface, the company claims Gagl is easy for people with any level of technical expertise to use.


The cloud-based service will be available by the end of 2021.


PERFORMING ARTS STREAMING SERVICE TAKES THE STAGE Easel TV


MONETISE


live or recorded online events. Providing a virtual venue for


BY ANNE MORRIS


OTT service provider Easel TV, has partnered with PlayerPlus to provide StagePlayer, a new streaming service for the performing arts. PlayerPlus is a direct-to- consumer premium content aggregator. Its second market offering, StagePlayer, is a platform for theatres, concert venues, producers, rights holders, festival organisers, agencies and performers staging


streamed events, StagePlayer is a fully managed service that includes pay-per-view ticketing, payment and customer care. It will be available to users through a wide range of large-screen connected TV devices and platforms with content secured to Hollywood digital rights standards. Joe Foster, CEO, Easel TV, said: “We partnered with PlayerPlus to build a shared streaming service, a common hub, that any theatre, concert or festival organiser could use; the result is StagePlayer.”


bring audiences of all content partners together in a single destination, generating greater collective audiences on a collaborative basis, and creating a focal point easily discoverable by viewers.


StagePlayer is a service for staging live or recorded online events


Richard Jacobs, CEO and co-founder, PlayerPlus, said: “Following the launch of NewsPlayer, we are excited to have launched StagePlayer, the


next in our series of genre-based OTT services, offering content providers an alternative route to market.”


StagePlayer is designed to


Jacobs added: “Both PlayerPlus and Easel TV are confi dent that by removing obstacles for theatres, production companies and event organisers, and enabling them to offer audiences their premium content through a professional service on a wide range of big screen devices, StagePlayer will become the go-to destination for performing arts.”


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