Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Kulabyte - Live HD H.264 Flash Adobe Streaming



Live HD H.264 Flash Adobe Streaming Now Available!

SAN MARCOS, TX, March 16, 2009 - Kulabyte Corporation of San Marcos, TX, a leading provider of advanced video processing technologies, announced today the shipment of its newest live HD encoding software, XStream Live 2.0. This HD and SD capable Adobe Flash encoder uses the H.264 codec to deliver broadcast quality HD video over the internet.

With this new product, event producers and broadcasters will be able to encode and stream the highest quality live Adobe Flash H.264 at up to 720p while using less than 2 Mbps of bandwidth. XStream Live 2.0 incorporates improved bit rate control and is designed for lower latency applications. Compatible with Adobe FMS 3.0 and FMS 3.5, XStream Live 2.0 comes standard with all Kulabyte products and services, including its full line of turn-key encoders, software encoders, Live Event Services and Media Management Services (MMS).

XStream Live 2.0’s easy-to-use interface makes encoding and publishing content a breeze and is fully compliant with Limelight, Akamai, CDNetworks, Internap and most other major Content Delivery Networks that have either Adobe or Wowza servers deployed. Major new features of XStream Live 2.0 may be viewed at, or you can request a quote or more information at

About Kulabyte Corporation
Based in San Marcos, Texas, Kulabyte’s engineering and management team is focused on delivering the highest quality HD video encoding and streaming solutions in the industry. Kulabyte’s revolutionary new products and services exceed the industry standards and expectations for performance, quality and value while delivering solutions that save bandwidth, time, money and production assets. Kulabyte’s clients include the Department of Defense, ITV Europe, MTV, Rackspace, CTV and Myspace.

For sales information, please contact Terry Gottschalk at (512) 795-4228 or email

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My friend and I were recently discussing about how technology has become so integrated in our day to day lives. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.

I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside... I just hope that as memory becomes cheaper, the possibility of transferring our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's one of the things I really wish I could encounter in my lifetime.

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