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EYE IO Gets THX Stamp for Streaming Video

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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Eye IO, LLC (eyeIO) today announced its video compression encoding technology is the first in the encoding and streaming industry to attain THX® certification, signifying an achievement of the highest standards of quality and performance in digital video. As the leader in certification of world-class digital cinemas, premium audio systems, 3D and 4K/Ultra HD TVs, and blockbuster movies, THX identified eyeIO as a company sharing its dedication to progressing the delivery of professional content without compromise of fidelity or video quality and as a trailblazer in HD and Ultra HD Internet video streaming technology. As such, eyeIO becomes the first in the video streaming industry to receive the new THX Digital Cinema Encoder certification, a rigorous testing program that employs sophisticated, state-of-the-art digital picture quality analysis confirmed by THX golden-eye experts validating the video output of a professional grade encoder. With the excitement in the industry over Ultra HD, H.265 and the next-generation TV, the ability to deliver THX Digital Cinema HD quality over the Internet is groundbreaking. The term “HD quality” for Internet streaming has been heavily debated, and broadly marketed, with no real consensus on exactly how to measure or validate true Digital Cinema HD quality other than possibly comparing the experience to Blu-ray picture—until now. Digital Cinema publishers can now expect their professional productions to be seen in true 1920x1080p high definition and be assured that their viewers will see their content as intended through eyeIO’s THX® Certified video compression. EYE IO LLC

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