Blog tagged as FlinQ

intoPIX FlinQ technology embedded in Crestron DM NVX at the service of NASA 
NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover mission team relies on 4K video collaboration system based in Creston DM NVX AV over IP streaming media devices
27.05.21 09:59 AM - Comment(s)
KES 2020 : Ready for the future of lossless 8K video transmission ?
intoPIX introduces for the first time TICO-XS, TICO-RAW and FlinQ IP-cores for FPGA/ASIC and software SDKs for CPU/GPU at KES 2020 in South Korea.
24.11.20 02:06 PM - Comment(s)
Understand the concept of bpp and Mbps to define your compressed data rate !
Discover our bitrate calcultor and learn more about the concepts of compression ratio, bpp, Mbps, compressed data rate,...
30.09.20 09:55 AM - Comment(s)
InfoComm 2019 highlights

Another InfoComm has passed and left us with many news. 

Here are our highlights of this year’s show in sunny Orlando, FL:

Only in February this year, Audinate released their new DanteAV suite and already at InfoComm, Japanese multinational Yamaha has announced its adoption. DanteAV leverages int...

26.06.19 10:18 AM - Comment(s)
intoPIX presents the smart path for AV over IP at InfoComm 2019
Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium (June 11th, 2019) – intoPIX, the leading provider of innovative image processing and compression, will feature new demo and partner products of the intoPIX JPEG 2000 ULL, TICO-XS,  and FLinQ technologies for distributing 4K60 444 HDR under 1GbE at InfoComm 2019 in Or...
11.06.19 03:02 PM - Comment(s)
New intoPIX FlinQ™ Image Technology Empowers Next Generation DM NVX™ Network AV
Amsterdam, ISE, February 6, 2019 – intoPIX, the leading provider of innovative image processing and video compression technologies developed a new codec called FlinQ in partnership with Crestron, the global leader of workplace and advanced smart homes technology. FlinQ empowers the second generation...
06.02.19 01:46 PM - Comment(s)
Video compression - quick and easy

intoPIX experts answer the web's most frequently asked questions about video compression.


Because video produces ridiculous amounts of data. As an example: you take around 300-400 holiday photos with your phone and a “storage almost full” message will pop up. Now, still images are usually “lossy” com...

22.11.18 03:40 PM - Comment(s)