Allegro DVT showcases HEVC/H.265 video encoder IP at IBC 2014Tuesday, September 9th, 2014
AMSTERDAM — Many applications are currently adopting 4K video delivery, which increases bandwidth requirements. As a consequence, selecting a high quality video encoder has become strategic in designing a successful 4K enabled consumer product.
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), thanks to its bandwidth savings, has developed quickly and is now the industry preferred option for any 4K application.
At IBC 2014, Allegro DVT will perform a live demonstration of its HEVC/H.265 encoder IP core. The demonstration will be conducted on a prototyping platform, demonstrating the features and video quality of our HEVC/H.265 encoder IP.
The Allegro DVT HEVC/H.265 encoder IP core supports Main and Main10 profiles, up to 4K resolutions.
Our implementation aims at providing the highest possible video quality, and really leverages the bit-rate saving potential provided by the new HEVC coding tools.
Thank to our flexible implementation, our customers can easily adapt IP size and power consumption according to the maximum resolution supported by their target application, ranging from HD to 4K. Our IP is perfectly suited for high volume consumer applications, such as tablets, smartphones, digital & wearable cameras.
With the completion of our HEVC encoding IP, Allegro DVT now provides a comprehensive solution for H.264/AVC & H.265/HEVC encoder and decoder IPs.
At IBC 2014, on our booth, we will also demonstrate:
- HEVC/H.265 Decoder IP, our fully compliant HEVC Main/Main10 profile decoder, capable of supporting real-time decoding of 4K x 2K@60fps resolution and beyond.
- H.264 Hardware Encoding & Codec IPs, with best-in-class video quality, minimized silicon area, optimized power consumption and an ultra-low end-to-end latency.
- WiGig WDE Codec IP, our award winning, silicon proven Wireless Display Extension (WDE) codec for next generation 60 GHz wireless technology: IEEE 802.11 ad/WiGig.
- HEVC/H.265 Compliance Streams, providing HEVC/H.265 decoder manufacturers with the perfect tool for validating their developments and ensuring compliance with this upcoming video standard.
For more information, come visit us at IBC 2014, on our booth #1.F34.