Sencore to Host Free Webinar, ‘Video Transcoding: Use Cases and Technology,’ on Nov. 16

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Nov. 10, 2011 Sencore will be hosting a detailed webinar on Nov. 16 at 12:00 p.m. EST that will examine video transcoding within a broadcast environment. The free webcast will also include several real-world use cases for transrating, real-time adaptive streaming, as well as real-time broadcast and file-based transcoding. The webinar will be moderated by Tom Butts, editor at TV Technology, and presented by Russ Van Der Werff, product manager at Sencore.

“In today’s multiformat and limited bit-rate environment, broadcast engineers recognize the need for transcoding and the importance of implementing effective, reliable transcoding solutions, particularly as they move into IP-based distribution over bandwidth-limited channels,” said Van Der Werff. “Our upcoming webinar will discuss how to differentiate between the various types of transcoding and recognize when they are needed, providing engineers with a better understanding of the necessary tools for delivering high-quality video in nearly any environment.”

Registration for the free webinar and other information is available at http://www.media.qualitytech.com/client/new_bay/2011_1116/369392/launch.htm

 

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