03.28.2005 12:00 AM
AP's SNAPfeed 3.0 Speeds News Production
AP will showcase the next generation of its SNAPfeed video transmission system at NAB2005.

Version 3.0 of SNAPfeed guides journalists through a straightforward, non-technical four step process to encode and transmit their video, using WM9 and a wide variety of transmission options such as DSL, cable, cellular, satellite phone and dial-up.

SNAPfeed is apart of AP's ENPSce for news production system. SNAPfeed also works with Anystream's Agility encoding and transcoding software to convert incoming files to production server formats and transfers the video directly into Leitch and Grass Valley servers. Other features include administrator-defined resolutions and aspect ratios.

The Associated Press will be in Booth RT722.

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