Posted on May 16, 2023 in ATSC News
Viewers now have even more content to choose from — and a variety of ways in which to receive and watch it. So, creating more flexible services is a must. For years, Ateme has been helping broadcasters not only upgrade the quality of their ATSC 1.0 systems, but also deliver the future of television broadcasting by leveraging the full ATSC 3.0 potential, giving broadcasters a perfect platform to build on as they migrate.
Ateme’s NEXTGEN TV solution covers the complete processing and distribution scope: encoding, transcoding, statistical multiplexing, packaging, and origin. It delivers the highest video quality at minimum bitrates and features a comprehensive video & audio codec support. Supported video formats range from MPEG-2 and H.264 to HEVC and SHVC, with dynamic HDR such as HDR10+, Technicolor SL-HDR1, and Dolby Vision ST 2094-10. Audio formats include xHE-AAC, MPEG-H 3D Audio, and Dolby AC-4.
In addition, Ateme’s NEXTGEN TV offering provides a solution for today’s market that continues to meet broadcasters’ growing needs by:
• Future-proofing the broadcast headend and optimizing ATSC1.0 stations while providing simple migration to ATSC3.0 when ready
• Delivering immersive experiences with interactivity, personalized content, and the highest quality at minimum bitrates
• Simplifying operations with easy-to-integrate solutions for any ecosystem, while also supporting the latest AWARN system
• Starting in SD or HD, with the ability to move to Full HD and UHD
• Adding audio extensions to 5.1 and NGA
Ateme is a global leader of video compression and delivery solutions helping tier-one content providers, service providers and streaming platforms to boost their viewership and subscription engagement.
Leveraging a unique R&D team in the video industry, Ateme develops solutions that power sustainable TV services, improve viewers’ quality of experience, optimize the total cost of ownership of TV/VOD services, and generate new revenue streams based on personalization and ad insertion. Beyond technological agility, Ateme’s value proposition is to partner with its customers by offering highly flexible engagement and business models that match their financial priorities.
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