VideoStitch unveils multi-platform versions of its VR video software suite
Available end of year, both Mac and PC users will be able to generate live and post-production VR content using Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics
San-Francisco, Calif. IDF August 16, 2016 — VideoStitch is proud to announce the release of the OpenCL version of its market-leading 360 degree virtual reality video software suite, comprising VideoStitch Studio, the post-production VR video editor, and Vahana VR , its live VR video stitching software. VideoStitch’s products are now compatible and fully optimized to run on Intel platforms.
This follows the announcement at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show of the support for the Intel® Quick Sync Video in its software.
Aksel Piran, Chief Operating Officer of VideoStitch, says “This announcement has been a long time coming and opens exciting new possibilities for content creators to make amazing virtual reality video content at an affordable cost. We are excited by the Intel® NUC which is one of the platforms of choice to run live 360° stitching software at 4K with 30 frame per second (fps). Thanks to its sturdiness and compact form factor. Also Mac users have been eagerly waiting for our software to become compatible with the hardware they’re comfortable with”
“Creating the compelling videos that VideoStitch enables uses massive amounts of compute power, something that was almost impossible to achieve just a year ago,” said Joel Christensen, General Manager of NUC at Intel. “Our Intel NUC with 6th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processors and Intel Iris Pro Graphics are up to the task, and we’re excited to see how content creators take advantage of this powerful solution.”
VideoStitch is focused on bringing the highest quality Live 360° and postproduction video content creation tools to content producers and creatives. To provide live action immersive VR, VideoStitch developed the market’s most complete VR video production suite. VideoStitch serves customers in 62 countries, primarily in entertainment and media industries, and ranging from small production houses to Fortune 500 companies. Set up in Paris, France, and now headquartered in Santa Clara in the San Francisco Bay Area, VideoStitch Inc. is also the company behind the Orah 4i