Vualto’s VCH now has full integration with Ateme’s Titan encoding solutions

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Vualto has partnered with Ateme for automated encoder integration within the Vualto Control Hub (VCH) video orchestration tool, which allows for multiple origins and encoders to be integrated seamlessly. The VCH is vendor agnostic and interoperable with a host of technology partners.

The VCH has full integration for Ateme’s Titan Live and Titan Mux encoding solutions, providing integration with the Titan Live API to automate live event streaming workflows; the ability to set specific inputs and outputs dynamically using the VCH channel configuration; support for redundant setups; and capabilities for on-premise and in cloud. The addition of Ateme’s Titan solutions has also facilitated an extension of the VCH plugin set.

James Burt, CTO and Co-Founder, Vualto said: “We are delighted to partner with Ateme and to bring to market another seamless integration within the Vualto Control Hub (VCH). The VCH has been designed to be adaptable, agnostic and to offer broadcasters and content owners complete flexibility in their online video streaming, all under one hood.”

Paul Marsden, Sales Director, Ateme added: “What we share with Vualto is determination to deliver the best video quality and video experience to our customers with optimised use of existing infrastructure. With the Ateme Titan range, Vualto can now achieve a higher level of automation and flexibility for workflows and provide a consistent and scalable delivery to audiences.”

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