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The World’s Leading
Digital TV Industry Publication
since 1981
Alexander Wiese
in Munich, Germany
TELE-audiovision Magazine, PO Box 1234, 85766 Munich-Ufg, GERMANY/EUROPE
Alexander Wiese,
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Dear Readers,
Preparing TV channels for distribution is becoming an
increasingly straightforward task. Remember the time
when all settings and adjustments had to be performed
directly at the output device? No more! This issue of TELE-
audiovision looks at the latest generation of encoders
that can be accessed and programmed right through the
Internet. The deal gets even better when those encoders
can handle more than one reception method and thus
can be used almost universally. In a nutshell, encoders
hitting the market these days are not only convenient to
operate and to customise, they also can be used for a
wider range of applications than ever before.
What’s even better is that those added features and
capabilities won’t break the bank, since prices keep
coming down as well. As a very pleasant consequence,
those innovative encoders now get into the reach of
smaller-scale cable operators or even private individuals
contemplating their own Internet TV channel. In the
latter case, a wide range of accepted input signals is
paramount, including older technologies such as analog
video, for example. Corporate use might well be another
field of application for state-of-the-art and cost-efficient
encoders, as they present an easy tool for making
your own screen content available to colleagues and
workplaces across the entire company intranet, to give
just one example.
As you can see, encoders can be put to many uses, and
the scope of application is really only limited by one’s
imagination and creativity. Devices that used to be
restricted to the professional realm until very recently are
now reaching users and segments that had never even
thought about all those brilliant technical possibilities in
the past.
Isn’t it wonderful how state-of-the-art technology is
becoming ever more versatile and affordable?
Alexander Wiese
Editor-in-Chief TELE-audiovision Magazine
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