MasParC for Video

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Description

MasParC (pronounced "mass park") for Video is a high-speed, massively parallel, scalable system for quickly compressing and rendering high-definition (and other) video in high-quality, compact, lossy or lossless (suitable for archiving) file formats.

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Features

  • Very fast on-line delivery of on-demand video specialized to a display device
  • Lossless on-line archiving of source video, customizable compression of output
  • Massively parallel compilation using low-cost PCs on simple networks
  • Supports plug-in of proprietary single-frame compression schemes
  • No media (BluRay disks or DVDs) or players required (PC-based)
  • Edit source video online (remove/rearrange frames, menus, titles, overlays, transitions)
  • Customize presentation (menus, titles, transitions) on local PC without re-compiling video
  • Complete native multi-language support throughout

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  • scottdeaver
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    Very cool - completely changes how videos are made and distributed (can you say "Bye-bye BluRay"?). I've learned a lot already (very bleeding-edge concepts) even though the project is just starting up (check out the on-line docs)

    Posted 01/30/2011
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, German, Spanish

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop, Information Technology

User Interface

DirectX, Win32 (MS Windows), Windows Aero

Programming Language

C, C#, C++

Registered

2011-01-30
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