RGB Eyes Audio Quality

Sept. 19, 2013
RGB Networks is working with Dolby Laboratories to add Surround Sound to its multiscreen offerings. The company intends to enable video service providers (VSPs) to improve the end-user QoE of their adaptive bitrate (ABR)-based multiscreen TV Everywhere services ...
RGB Networks is working with Dolby Laboratories to add Surround Sound to its multiscreen offerings. The company intends to enable video service providers (VSPs) to improve the end-user QoE of their adaptive bitrate (ABR)-based multiscreen TV Everywhere services with support for stereo and surround sound across all devices.The latest version of RGB's TransAct Packager is designed to support the Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus codecs, packaging them for the most commonly used ABR formats. The TransAct Packager is designed to package H.264 streams for the delivery of programming to tablets, smartphones, PCs, connected TVs and other IP-enabled devices. RGB demonstrated the new capability at IBC.