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Eyepartner Releases Monster Encoder for HTML5

MARATHON, Fla., Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Eyepartner is releasing its newest version of Monster Encoder for HTML5. This turnkey application integrates seamlessly into a network and converts all popular high-quality video types (including AVI, MOV, WMV, etc.) into other formats for low-cost HTML5 encoding for easy streaming. Monster Encoder for HTML5 encodes to most mobile, television, phone, tablet devices, and on Roku to help broadcasters reach global markets. Users have the ability to transcode into different qualities as well as select the output video's resolution, aspect ratio, bitrate and frame rate.

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No propriety equipment is needed and it's easy to upload from a camera, computer, or webcam. Monster Encoder's multi-threading technique makes the application one of the fastest double-pass encoders on the market today. With the ability to be custom-configured, Monster Encoder may be used as SaaS or licensed and installed on-site at the customer's location. Additionally, Monster Encoder can be seamlessly integrated with TikiLIVE, Eyepartner's flagship HD broadcasting platform.

"Not only is Monster Encoder easy-to-use, flexible and converts all popular formats, but it is also fast and can be used from any location," said Tim Green, Chief Technology Officer of Eyepartner. "Monster Encoder allows unlimited files and unlimited sizes of encoded movies."

Monster Encoder can be customized to meet the user's needs, and has the ability to add Digital Rights Management (DRM) or a logo to the content. All transcoding occurs at Eyepartner's server farm that can handle an unlimited number of files so the process does not use any of the user's technological resources.

Monster Encoder also features:
•    Double-pass encoding ensuring the highest quality of the finished video
•    Conversion between common formats, or other formats upon request
•    No limitation on file size or video files that can be transcoded
•    The ability to transfix the logo directly onto the video during encoding
•    Customizable video resolution, aspect ratio, frame rate and bitrate

Monster Encoder also features the Monster Uploader that allows the user to resume upload if there are internet connection issues. If the Uploader is stopped, then the user can resume upload from the remaining point.

For more information about the Monster Encoder, please visit: http://www.eyepartner.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/monster_encoder_about.pdf

About Eyepartner: Eyepartner is a software development and hosting company that deploys and hosts rich media enterprise broadcasting software while providing first in class hosting to its clients. Eyepartner solutions focus on delivering high quality video, including both live streaming video and video on-demand (VOD). TikiLIVE is Eyepartner's flagship HD broadcasting service which provides its users with a comprehensive set of tools for producing and managing live HD streaming content. More information about Eyepartner and TikiLIVE is available at www.eyepartner.com and www.tikilive.com. To speak with someone directly, please call 305-289-4557.

Media Contact: Loretta McCarty Eyepartner, Inc., 305.289.4557, [email protected]

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