San Diego, Calif.-based
ZyGoDigital on Monday released its new audio codec, ZyGoAudio, to its custom development clients, including the Missile Defense Agency and Air Force Research Laboratory. ZyGoAudio was designed for use with the company’s ZyGoVideo QuickTime codec, which can stream a broadcast to computers and handheld devices with the ZyGoCaster application. ZyGoDigital’s custom solutions feature the ability to add XML annotations to video streams, the ability to alter compression settings during an event and more. The developer says it is working toward two-way video conversations between multiple field locations. ZyGoVideo Pro 2.5 is US$99 by itself or $129 bundled with the compression software HipFlics.