Video from CodecSys Saves Bandwidth
With Internet bandwidth demand doubling each year, broadcast media, IPTV, and new user-generated YouTube-style video are culprits exacerbating the problem. This is where and their new CodecSys offering can help reduce bandwidth for video applications by 50% or more, including High Definition (HD).
For the lay person, digital video is created with a video codec that encodes and compresses a stream of information. There are numerous codecs, each offering its own benefit and/or tradeoffs for visual or audio quality and file size.
Unlike traditional systems that force a single codec, CodecSys runs each frame of video past a collection of the codecs and determines which codec is best for that particular frame or series of frames. Exploiting attributes of multiple codecs, CodecSys can reduce bandwidth needs by 50-75%. Since it’s a software solution, new codecs can easily be incorporated into the system.