Medialooks News&Events

July 12, 2018
Update Video Transport with NDI 3.5 and more sources
With a new version of Video Transport in addition to NDI and Decklink devices, you can use more sources for streaming.

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June 05, 2018
MPlatform & MFormats June release
This release is dedicated to DVB streaming optimization and improvements. With this version, you can set audio and video PIDs and stream several audio tracks at once.

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May 22, 2018

How Digilab deploys our HTML5 Plugin: a case study

Somewhere in 2016 we began researching a way to replace an outdated and heavy component, which we no longer maintained, but one that was quite popular with customers, who needed to overlay dynamic and animated graphics—the Flash Overlay Plugin. We spoke with Carlos Alberto Phelippe, System Analyst from Digilab about his experience integrating the new approach into their product development and content creation process.
April 27, 2018
Upgrade to the Pro version of video transport service
Finally, the promised new release is available—the Pro version of our video transport service is now just a few clicks away.

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April 19, 2018

A few thoughts after NAB Show 2018

While the official buzzwords of this show were supposed to be 4K, HDR, AV1, VR, AR and AI (the latter three not being exactly specific to the industry), that was not what occupied our attention at the NDI Central booth right in the middle of hall 7: we were busy speaking to potential customers about our video transport—a very easy way to transfer video streams across the public Internet.
April 9, 2018

Medialooks launches premium video transport service

At IBC2017, Medialooks first introduced a prototype of its video transport solution that needs no dedicated hardware or network infrastructure — making it possible to connect distant locations in any part of the world. Today, Medialooks announced pricing for the premium version of their solution: customers will be billed per channel per month.

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April 9, 2018
Osprey Video adds seamless integration with Medialooks' SDKs
Osprey Video has been providing mission-critical video capture devices since 1994 with PCI, PCIe capture cards including SDI, HDMI, composite and VGA models and USB capture devices with support for both Windows and Linux. Osprey Video drivers provide a powerful SDK with DirectShow support and V4L2 along with a custom low latency SDK. Starting with the Osprey 900 series capture cards, all Osprey Video I/O cards will feature support for Medialooks MFormats SDK.
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