(Reading, United Kingdom--June 12, 2014) Snell today announced the immediate availability of the latest version of Alchemist OD, which adds support for Apple ProRes file formats. This update is one of many product enhancements included in the maintenance package.
This latest release extends Alchemist OD’s range of supported codecs to include ProRes 4444, ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422, ProRes 422 LT and ProRes 422 Proxy.
“This new Alchemist OD feature brings a higher degree of interoperability to file-based workflows for our customers,” explains Jeremy Courtney, business leader Snell On Demand. “ProRes is one of the most popular codecs used in the professional video and post-production community, and we’re extremely excited to be able to offer it to our customers.”
Alchemist OD combines Snell’s image processing expertise with commodity IT equipment, saving time and money whilst safeguarding quality. Its Service Orientated Architecture and floating licensing model provide the versatility to evolve and adapt with changing business requirements.
Alchemist OD removes the restrictions of specifically designed hardware and is available for $16,000 per single license. Volume-based discounts are also available.
For more information about Alchemist OD, visit http://www.snellondemand.com
Snell creates unique and Emmy award-winning technologies to help broadcasters, content owners and content providers to process and manage their valuable media assets. Recognized as global leaders in image processing, Snell applies over 40 years of media expertise to help customers achieve greater efficiencies and increase revenue while delivering their content to multiple distribution platforms. The company continues to innovate and is at the forefront of technology enabling customers to transition to IT, cloud, 4K, IP and UHD workflows. Through its core divisions – TV Everywhere and Live TV – it brings tangible business benefits across the production value chain, whether a single or multi-channel facility, national broadcaster or OTT provider. Snell serves more than 2000 broadcasters, post facilities and global media companies in more than 100 countries. Snell is a Quantel company. For more information visit http://www.snellgroup.com