Dejero Launches Its Most Powerful EnGo Transmitter
The improved Dejero EnGo can encode up to 20 Mb/s.
Dejero says it’s introducing its most powerful version of the EnGo mobile transmitter featuring increased processing power and enhanced implementation of the HEVC compression standard.
According to Dejero, the additional processing power has paved the way for a new dynamic content adaptation feature that adjusts the encoding process based on the amount of motion detected within content that is being captured. This allows broadcasters to automatically transition from a talking-head shot with limited motion to high-motion content without any softening of the picture or introduction of compression artifacts.
The improved Dejero EnGo can encode up to 20 Mb/s and now supports 1080p 50/60 for shots requiring the highest picture quality - targeting broadcasters covering sports and other high-motion events.
“As the broadcast industry shifts towards the HEVC video compression standard to efficiently transport high-quality video from the field, the latest Dejero EnGo is equipped with increased processing power to boost overall performance and deliver enhanced picture quality to those shooting fast-paced high-motion video in the field,” said Kevin Fernandes, vice president of sales at Dejero.
“Combining Dejero’s industry-leading auto-transport and adaptive bitrate encoding technology with the newest compression standard, Dejero continues to boost video quality in the industry’s most versatile and robust mobile transmitter.”
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