Frequently Asked Questions
Question: What is the Matrix Viewâ€™s PreCodeTMTechnology?
Answer: Itâ€™s a breakthrough compression technology which acts like as a pre-processing step to the actual encoding step and by virtue of MatrixViewâ€™s PreCodeTM technology followed by standard encoders it leads to substantial reduction in file size savings without compromising the image/video quality.
Question: Whatsâ€™s so disruptive about it?
Answer: Itâ€™s the underlying patented algorithms (technology) that solves the fundamental problem of Cosine Transforms â€“ The Blocking Artifacts and leads to substantial savings in file size without compromising on the quality.
Question: How many patents have been filed by MatrixView regarding PreCodeTM Technology?
Answer: MatrixView has so far filed several patents with worldwide geographical coverage.
Question: Is this Technology, device or platform or operating system or any special software or encoder or decoder centric?
Answer: MatrixViewâ€™s PreCodeTM is completely agnostic to devices, softwares, operating system and/or any encoders/decoders.
Question: How can a user access this Technology from MatrixView?
Answer: Â MatrixViewâ€™s PreCodeTM is available through a) Licensing Arrangement b) Strategic Alliance and Partnership and c) Media compression as a Service.
Question: Whatâ€™s the business model of MatrixViewâ€™s PreCodeTM ?
Answer: Â MatrixView Offers its technology through a) NRE (Upfront) b) Monthly RMR and c) Annual Maintenance and Support.
Question: How can we approach MatrixView for a Technology Demonstration?
Answer: Please send us an email at : email@example.com OR Send us an email via our home page : Get in touch with us section
Question: Where is MatrixView location?
Answer: MatrixView has its World HQs in Sunnyvale and has Engineering/R&D Operations out of India.
Question: How easy it is to use PreCodeTM Technology?
Answer: Itâ€™s very easy to use this technology with only two steps involved a) Ingestion of the content that needs pre-compression and b) Producing the media content output that can be encoded by using standard encoders