The Changing Face of Video Over IP
October 14, 2015 by Chuck Baker
TV Technology put together a thorough roundup of the latest technologies competing to be the standard that takes video production to IP. There are a lot of candidates, each with a group of industry supporters. Each has advantages, most have significant drawbacks, such as the inability to handle 4K, royalty costs, the need for signal conversion devices in the pipeline - and the list goes on.
One technology is significantly different.
- The technology has been in development for more than ten years.
- It uses existing Gigabit Ethernet infrastructure.
- It requires no conversion devices.
- It will be royalty-free to all video production equipment and software developers.
- More than one hundred thousand devices in the field are using earlier versions of this technology in IP workflows now.
- All current devices will support the new, free SDK immediately upon release this quarter.
- Current generation hardware from this manufacturer will gain 4 new inputs with a software upgrade later this year, for starters.
- It will handle UHD, 4K, 8k and more. Not all of the above is mentioned in the article. See if you can spot the one we are talking about.
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