Spectrum Announces Availability of New HD Video Encoder and Transcoder Products

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Spectrum's line of high-definition (HD) video encoding and transcoding solutions will enable service providers to distribute a variety of stored and live video content over an IP network.

Multi-Channel Encoder & Transcoder

Spectrum Signal Processing by Vecima (“Spectrum”), trusted supplier of embedded computing and processing solutions for more than 20 years, today announced the availability of a new product line of high-definition (HD) video encoders that will enable service providers to distribute a variety of stored and live video content over an IP network. Spectrum’s video encoding solutions can be used in a number of applications in the video delivery market including IP television (IPTV), hospitality, local content insertion, remote security monitoring, digital program distribution, and distance education.

“Spectrum has a long history supplying high quality processing solutions for demanding military and defense customers. With this launch of our video processing product line, we have leveraged our history and our Vecima relationship to create a high quality and high channel density solution at a very competitive price,” said Douglas Fast, President of Spectrum.

Spectrum announces the newest solutions in its video processing product line:

The DM-1321 and DM-1322 accept analog component video inputs (480p, 480i, 720p, and 1080i) and encode to MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 H.264. The encoders feature auto-sensing to detect input resolution, remote configuration via web-based GUI, streaming of TS files from USB, and Dolby AC3 or AAC-LC audio encoding. Users can select video and audio encoding formats for each channel. The video encoders output MPEG-2 transport streams over Gigabit Ethernet.

The DM-1332 accepts up to thirty standard-definition (SD) MPEG-2 encoded channels via IP over Gigabit Ethernet, and then transcodes to MPEG-4 H.264 over IP to a second Gigabit Ethernet port. The DM-1332 features logo insertion with alpha blending, along with audio-pass through or transcode from MPEG-1 Layer 2 to AAC-LC.

Call us today at 1.800.663.8986 to order. For more information, visit http://www.spectrumsignal.com.


Spectrum Signal Processing designs and builds board and system-level hardware solutions for demanding signal and video processing applications. Spectrum combines high-performance data acquisition (RF, analog and digital I/O) and reconfigurable signal and video processing hardware with its best-in-class support and engineering services to enable customers to rapidly develop and then deploy their products and systems. Spectrum has worked with both commercial and military customers worldwide to develop and deliver solutions optimized for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), video, military (MILCOM) communications and satellite communications (SATCOM) markets. For more information on Spectrum and its products, please visit http://www.spectrumsignal.com. Spectrum is part of Vecima Networks Inc and its products are designed and manufactured in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. See http://www.vecima.com for more information on Vecima.


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