Synamedia teams with Telestream to broaden video solutions portfolio

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The Telestream partnership follows Synamedia’s rollout of new solutions at IBC in September. (iStock)

Video software provider Synamedia will begin offering video on-demand workflow products from Telestream’s Vantage media processing platform.

Those products include Vantage Transcode Multiscreen, which automates multiscreen VOD workflows and reduces time needed for the encoding process. Synamedia is also offering Telestream Timed Text Flip for subtitle and caption editing, Vantage Array for scalability and redundancy, and Vantage Analysis for workflow decision-making and design.

Telestream’s products will sit alongside Synamedia’s existing portfolio that includes virtualized Digital Content Manager, which supports linear TV broadcast and live streaming, and enables live transcoding at multiple bit rates and in multiple formats.

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The Telestream partnership follows Synamedia’s rollout of new solutions at IBC in September.

“With the addition of Vantage we now offer customers the industry’s broadest range of video network solutions, reaching across the entire value chain,” said Julien Signes, senior vice president at Synamedia, in a statement. “As a company we are committed to helping customers deliver fantastic quality video on every screen without breaking the bank. Telestream Vantage meets these criteria, making it a natural product fit.”

“We share Synamedia’s commitment to increasing picture quality at the lowest bit rates. We look forward to working together to offer a growing base of service providers a fantastic VOD transcoding solution as part of Synamedia’s portfolio - one that will meet even the toughest of requirements,” said Mark Wronski, vice president of corporate transformation at Telestream, in a statement.

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