Looking to avoid the chicken-and-egg scenario that plagued the early days of HDTV and attract new customers to the next-generation UltraHD (4K) TV, Sony Pictures is licensing video compression technology from a company called eyeIO to deliver some of its most popular movies stored on its $699 FMP-X1 4K media player to Sony’s UltraHD TV sets, which will
At CES eyeIO claimed its software suite was “studio grade” 4K ready and it will be put to the test soon, since Sony Pictures is licensing it to deliver movies to theFMP-X1 4K media player this summer. Sony didn’t have any more details to reveal about its 4K delivery plans just yet, but eyeIO’s press release claims
EyeIO, a Palo Alto startup, announced today that its Ultra HD compression encoding technology has been licensed by Sony Pictures to offer 4K content delivery using the Sony FMP-X1.
eyeIO has confirmed that its UltraHD compression encoding technology has been licensed by Sony Pictures to enable the studio to offer the first-ever 4K UltraHD content delivered to the home.