​VYUsync and Socionext Showcase 4K HEVC Codec

VYUsync‘s H.265/HEVC decoder paired with Socionext’s M30 Encoder is claimed to offer the lowest delay available.

A real-time 4K P60 video stream captured via live camera is being encoded using Socionext's M30 encoder at NAB. The stream is decoded using VYUsync's HEVC product.

Both encoder and decoder are tested with industry standard test suits and have been proved for their best performance on the field – it is claimed.

“VYUsync has developed a fully standards compliant H.265/HEVC video decoder which supports up to 4KP60 4:2:2, 12-bit in a Xilinx Kintex Ultrascale FPGA,” said Tom Miyake, Corporate Executive VP of Socionext. “By working together VYUsync has enhanced their decoder to support sub-frame low latency decoding.”

“Socionext’s 4K/60p HEVC/H.265 encoder family supports a range of resolutions and compression ratios with 10ms ultra-low latency support” said Sivakiran Nagisetty, CEO& Founder, VYUsync. “The close collaboration between Socionext and VYUsync has enabled wireless broadcast applications in broadcasting, telecommunications, and security industries possible with lowest delay.


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