Matrox Monarch EDGE 4K Workflow Solution With Panasonic PTZ Cameras

Panasonic has validated the Matrox Monarch EDGE D4 decoder with its AW-UE100 and AW-UE150 PTZ cameras for 4K remote production workflows.

Featuring built-in encoding and SRT streaming protocol support, Panasonic AW-UE100 and AW-UE150 4K/HD PTZ cameras can transmit a secure 4K/UHD 60p/50p camera feed to a Matrox Monarch EDGE D4 decoder, which converts the SRT stream to a genlocked 12G-SDI signal for seamless integration within an SDI workflow.

Multi-4K camera productions can incorporate additional Monarch EDGE D4 decoders and pair a decoder with each Panasonic camera, with genlock support for each stream. For 4:2:2 10-bit workflows, broadcasters can introduce Monarch EDGE E4 encoders to capture and stream Panasonic 12G-SDI outputs to Monarch EDGE D4 decoders for pristine-quality productions.

“Panasonic has an array of products that support SRT for live streaming, from PTZ cameras, to camcorders, to the KAIROS IT/IP Video Processing Platform. Our PTZ cameras team well with the Matrox Monarch EDGE products to provide a REMI solution for reliable video delivery with the SRT protocol, even on unstable networks,” said Jim Jensen, Senior Category Owner, Remote Systems Professional Imaging, Panasonic.

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