3Kast is a multi-format transcoding and content distribution solution that modifies MPEG TV broadcasts so that they can be distributed over the Internet and viewed on the TV, PC and Mobile (iPhone) - the 'three screens'.
Description: 3Kast is a multi-format transcoding and content distribution solution that modifies MPEG2 TV broadcasts so that they can be distributed over the Internet and viewed on the TV, PC and Mobile - the 'three screens'. Support for live streaming to the iPhone is standard. The 3Kast platform converts and manages the distribution of MPEG2 broadcasts into all popular video and audio formats (H.263, MPEG-4, H.264/AVC, Windows Media 9 Video, Windows Media 9 Advanced Profile, VP6, AAC-LC, AAC-LTP, AMR-NB, G.711 aLaw and uLaw, Windows Media 9 Audio and MP3). 3Kast works seamlessly with dedicated streaming servers as well as Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) such as Akamai.
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