RGB Networks has upgraded its Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) to support MPEG-4/H.264 ad insertion. With an increasing number of video service providers now using the MPEG-4/H.264 format, RGB has enhanced its BNP to enable operators to support this advanced codec when implementing zoned and targeted ad insertion.

RGB has enabled MPEG-4 support in other products of late. (For more, click here and here).

With its new capability, the BNP allows video service providers to seamlessly splice ads directly into both SD and HD MPEG-4/H.264 program streams, allowing for an easy transition as the demand for HD increases. Able to simultaneously process more than 500 video streams in its one rack unit platform, the BNP is a high-density solution for digital video grooming, statistical multiplexing, transrating, digital program insertion (DPI) and digital overlays.

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The Media Finance Focus Conference will be virtual again this year, spanning 11 weeks with three keynote sessions and one supersession spread across the conference schedule.

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