ATEME speaks on HEVC at MyTV conference – SATIS, Paris, France

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Pierre Larbier, Chief Technology Officer, ATEME

Pierre Larbier, ATEME Chief Technology Officer and a renowned expert in the field of algorithmic design and MPEG / H.264 video compression, spoke about the newHEVC codec at the conference MyTV on Wednesday, the 14th of November 2012 at SATIS with two other speakers from Ericsson and Envivio.

Each speaker presented new techniques related to video compression and all three agreed on the fact that the very near future belongs to HEVC, which will ultimately replace H.264. The HEVC great technical success lies within the bandwidth reduction and the delivery of excellent video quality to any device.
Therefore, by using HEVC broadcasters will be able to offer more content while keeping excellent video quality – the major end-user concern. In addition, HEVC coding efficiency gains open the way to UHDTV (Ultra High Definition Television) by enabling its transmission over existing networks.

HEVC will officially take off the first trimester 2013!

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