Capella Shows Updated Versions of Cambria FTC 3.5.1 and Cambria Live 3.5.1 at Inter BEE 2017

Nov. 07 2017

San Jose, CA (November 7, 2017) – Capella Systems will exhibit Cambria FTC 3.5.1 and Cambria Live 3.5.1 at InterBEE 2017, Nov 15-17 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. Attendees can get a full demonstration of the new features and enhancements in these products at Hall 3 booth 3209.

Cambria FTC 3.5.1 includes an enhanced IMF (Interoperable Master Format) editor, which generates a single package that bundles the audio, video, metadata and playlist files of a completed project and makes it ready for output in any standard.

“IMF simplifies content distribution because a single IMF master can be used to generate a file playable worldwide. There aren’t many cost-effective tools available for creating IMF masters, so we feel proud we have a product that provides fantastic value,” says Ikuyo Yamada, CEO of Capella Systems.

Cambria FTC 3.5.1 adds many new features, such as support for HLG and PQ conversion and improved downscale quality improvements. It includes an enhanced motion-compensated frame-rate converter for the very best output quality as well as support for role-based API to limit each client to a certain category of job when multiple tasks are assigned across the network.

“Since our development cycle is very short, we can listen to customer feedback and respond very quickly,” says Yamada. “Cambria FTC 3.5.1 has improvements based on user requests from after version 3.5 released in September.”

RTMP input support is a new addition to Cambria Live 3.5.1, enabling users to ingest a live video source over IP.

“RTMP input support for Cambria Live allows users to have a complete live streaming workflow in the cloud, giving them both added flexibility and cost-efficiency,” says Yamada.

An upgraded Cambria Live Controller plug-in integrates with existing playout and ad scheduling systems to allow customized programming for Internet delivery. Combine the Controller with Cambria Broadcast Manager to fully automate scheduling and delivery of programming.

“Many major broadcasters in Japan are using Cambria Live and Broadcast Manager exactly in this manner, and they report back that having a single software package to manage this workflow has helped them solve many complex live streaming challenges,” says Yamada.

All Cambria products now support activation-based software licensing for use in cloud environments, and new Capella License Portal software allows monitoring of licenses in use to enable and disable workstations on the fly to prevent unnecessary work stoppages.

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