Monday, August 22, 2005

Real-Time Audio-Video Lossless Encoding Card

Media Matters Gives First Public Demonstration of Real-Time Audio-Video Lossless Compressed Encoding Card at National Library of Medicine

Justin Dávila, System Architect and Technology Consultant for Media Matters LLC, gave the company's first public demonstration of its new Motion JPEG2000 lossless encoding card at the “Getting to Disk-based Lossless Digital Video Preservation” symposium held at the National Library of Medicine. The real-time audio-video encoding hardware provides mathematically lossless compression using wavelet-based algorithms, preserving video content in a Motion JPEG2000 digital file that is about one-third the size of uncompressed video with no loss of information, plus synchronized lossless audio in standard BWF format.

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