DELTACAST Release New IP Virtual Card

The IP Virtual Card is a software framework allowing SMPTE ST 2110 reception and transmission over standard IT equipment and third-party network controllers.

The IP Virtual Card framework and its VideoMasterIP SDK (Software Development Kit) are part of the DELTACAST roadmap towards IP, which includes software solutions as well as dedicated hardware products for ST2022-6 and ST2110 reception and transmission.

DELTACAST reaches a new milestone in this roadmap with the availability of a new version of the VideoMasterIP Linux SDK for the IP Virtual Card. The Windows version is on its way and should be available very soon!

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