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Simplylive Releases AI-powered e-Slomo Slow Motion Solution

Simplylive has announced e-Slomo, a software application that uses Artificial Intelligence to create super slow-motion sequences from standard camera footage. Leveraging the latest generation of Nvidia GPUs, the e-Slomo application allows you to create super slowmotion sequences faster than play time when deployed on multi-GPU platforms. Users can create super slow-motion clips in a variety of formats, including 720p, 1080i, 1080p, and UHD, and play them instantly for live production.

“e-Slomo is absolutely groundbreaking technology,” says Luc Doneux, Managing Director of Simplylive. “The ability to render high-quality super slow-motion clips from standard camera footage will allow producers to create eye-catching sequences at a fraction of the cost of dedicated high frame rate cameras. It’s the perfect tool to craft emotion evoking promos, openers, and closers – or to give a new life to archived content. And, as it is completely software and AI-driven, it’s functionality will continually improve as its sports specific algorithms learn and GPU power increases.”

e-Slomo processing requires only a couple of seconds of buffering time. Simply cue the start of the replay, send it to e-Slomo, and moments later, your super-slow-motion sequence will be ready for broadcast. When combined with the Simplylive UI Gateway, users can create super slow-motion footage from any remote location – even from home – with a user adjustable bandwidth requirement of only 5 Mbps to 50 Mbps.

e-Slomo integrates seamlessly into all replay, studio, and post-production environments, and is fully compatible with Simplylive’s complete range of Replay and All-In-One Production Solutions.

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