RGB Networks Launches Open Source Software Transcoder Initiative

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RGB Networks, a provider of integrated and scalable solutions for multiscreen video delivery, has developed an open source version of its TransAct Transcoder and wants others to join in its initiative promoting the use of standard APIs that make it much easier for vendor-to-vendor integration and for video service providers to migrate to a cloud-based video delivery model. The open source version is called Ripcode Transcoder, after the company Ripcode, which was acquired by RGB Networks in 2010 and which originally developed TransAct.

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