Smart Renderer Engine

A world-class tool to cut files in chunks and unite fragments in new files.
For video professionals who value performance and quality. From newsrooms to broadcast studios.
Trim your video to simplify the workflow. Combine chunks together to prepare material for production.
For Windows and Linux.
Smart Renderer works with TS and MXF video files.
Process chunks and fragments of your video files without encoding.
Get results almost instantly.
Save the original quality and your system resources.

Ready for Professionals

Smart Renderer supports most popular video codecs
mpeg-2
MPEG-2
mpeg-2 LongGOP
MPEG-2 LongGOP
H.264 AVC
AVC
AVC-Intra
AVC-Intra
DNxHD
DNxHD
JPEG2000
JPEG2000

User Scenarios

Smart Renderer processes MXF files
MXF Concatenation
Multiple video files concatenation
Use several files of the same parameters (frame rate, key frame interval and resolution) to unite multiple segments into a new file.
MXF Truncate
Truncate a video file
Set in- and out-points for a single MXF or TS file and generate a new file with only the important content.
MXF Cut
Cut out a part of a single MXF or TS
Use the same video file multiple times with different in- and out- points to cut the unnecessary content from the original video.
Smart Renderer processes MXF files

Your Benefits with Smart Renderer

nablet is a team of MXF and TS experts. We put our expertise in Smart Renderer to make it easy to integrate into any existing process and optimize it for the best performance and quality results.
Efficiency
Efficiency
Get results just in a few moments. Smart Renderer doesn't use transcoding to process video files, so you save your system resources.
Frame accuracy
Frame accuracy
No missing frames in the resulting files, all the output frames can be properly decoded with any professional editors.
Quality
Quality
100% original quality in the output video files. Smart Renderer guarantees that the resulting video is a pure copy of the original videos without any modifications.
Do you want to give Smart Renderer a try? Or would you like to know how to integrate Smart Renderer into your video processing workflows?