FOX – KRBK TV
“Pixel Xtream 3 provides a cost-effective solution for our live broadcast and web production workflows, as well as a training tool for students in our organization,” said Ben Slutzky of Syracuse University’s Citrus TV, the student-run TV studio.
“The unlimited watch folder capability provides a streamlined workflow for transporting media across our studio into the necessary formats, while allowing our production staff to focus on the most important part of their jobs — creating content. We have also been very satisfied with excellent support provided by Ipera.”
CBS – WTVR
“Ipera responded promptly to our urgent request to resolve a lipsync issue (due to time stamp issue on the video source) to meet our client’s critical broadcast deadline. We really appreciate Ipera’s diligence on this effort and wish to express our gratitude for the great customer support and the outstanding video transcoder product. Unfortunately, nowadays this seems to be the exception rather than the rule.” said Don Cox and Charlie Wood of WTVR TV, Richmond, VA.
Orange TV Network
“Our workflow using Pixel Xtream is working very well. We edit on Avid using either DVCProHD or m2T, export a sequence in QuickTime and take the sequence to Ipera to transcode to jpeg2000 for the 360 Systems server. Pixel Xtream has been rock solid for our multiple video format encoding needs. Great value and great product!” said, Andy Robinson General Manager of Orange TV Network, Syracuse University.
ABC – KLKN TV
“We selected Pixel Xtream 3 for our TV stations after extensive evaluation of several competing solutions,” said Dan Ackerman, Vice President of Engineering/IT of Citadel Communications. “Ipera engineers work closely with our evaluation team to promptly resolve the transcoding issue with several “toxic” video sources – video sources with errors. Pixel Xtream was able to automatically detect and fix these errors, allowing these “toxic” files to be successfully transcoded”