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ProCoder

ProCoder is a video encoding and transcoding software initially developed by the Canopus Corporation, now the Thomson SA.[1][2]

Canopus ProCoder 1.2 was released in 2002,[3] Canopus ProCoder 1.5 in 2003 and Canopus ProCoder 2 in 2004.[4][5] In 2005 Canopus was acquired by Thomson Multimedia in order to bolster their Grass Valley broadcasting and network business.[6][7] ProCoder is now offered as a part of Thomson Grass Valley video products under the name Grass Valley ProCoder.[8] Grass Valley ProCoder 3.0 was released in 2007.[9][10][11]

See also

References

  1. ^ PCMAG.COM (2002-05-11) Efficient, Multiple-Format Production, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  2. ^ Videomaker (2003-03) Canopus Pro Coder Video Conversion Software Review, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  3. ^ (2002-05-31) DVDINSIDER: Canopus Ships Stand-Alone Transcoding Software Tool., Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  4. ^ milimeter (2004-06-01) Integrate Review — Canopus ProCoder 2, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  5. ^ Manifest Technology (2009) Digital Video Editing Software Gallery, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  6. ^ Thomson Grass Valley % Stake in HD Video Editing Leader Canopus, Intends to Launch Public Tender Offer to Acquire Remaining Shares13Thomson Buys 33, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  7. ^ Thomson History Timeline: 2004–2006, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  8. ^ Thomson Grass Valley ProCoder, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  9. ^ Videohelp.com ProCoder, Retrieved on 2009-08-23
  10. ^ Jan Ozer (2007-08-01). "Edit Review: Grass Valley ProCoder 3". Retrieved 2009-08-23. 
  11. ^ "Grass Valley ProCoder 3 review". 2008-03-03. Retrieved 2009-08-23. 

External links

  • ProCoder 3 web page


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