The world is a vastly different place than it was one short year ago. As a result of the “remote everything” lifestyle we’re experiencing today, live video streaming has replaced how society interacts and socializes.
Companies like Zoom, Twitch and Peloton have become household names and are seeing explosive growth. Future interactive applications will require support for millions of broadcasters simultaneously, lower latencies, and bitrates that are 2x lower but don’t significantly increase the cost/area/power per channel.
V-Nova’s Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding (LCEVC) running on Xilinx FPGAs significantly enhance any video codec with improved picture quality up to 50% lower bitrates for both live video and VoD.
In this webinar, we will highlight how V-Nova’s new flexible multi-codec architecture and hardware-accelerated platform is enabling the next decade of live video streaming. We will outline how LCEVC along with FPGAs can be used to significantly reduce bandwidth by more than 30% versus existing solutions but without the use of high latency temporal processing. This novel architecture can also reduce compute requirements by as much as 75% which increases channel density and reduces the operator’s OPEX.