Leader To Debut New JPEG XS Quality Control Options At IBC 2023

Leader Electronics will demonstrate the latest additions to its wide range of broadcast measurement and monitoring solutions at IBC 2023. Making their IBC debut will be option LV5600-SER33 for the Leader LV5600 waveform monitor and its LV7600-SER33 equivalent for the Leader LV7600 rasterizer.

Purchasable as an option which can be activated for new or existing instruments, the SER33 toolset offers television broadcast production teams the resources they need to check the quality of their JPEG XS feeds during pre-transmission system alignment and live content delivery. Incoming JPEG XS signal streams can be decoded within the test instrument for comparison with uncompressed sources using the multiscreen facilities common to the LV5600 and LV7600. The toolset also includes a JPEG XS test pattern generator.

Housed in a half-rack width 3U rackmount or desktop chassis with a touchscreen front panel display,  Leader’s LV5600 waveform monitor provides the facilities needed to monitor SDI as well as video-over-IP signals seamlessly in a hybrid operating environment. Engineering-related features include test pattern generation, eye pattern display, closed-caption monitoring, CIE chroma chart, HDR measurement, focus assist, customizable screen layout, tally interface, 4K/UHD operation, 10G/25G IP input and 12G-SDI interfaces. SMPTE 2022-6, SMPTE 2022-7 and SMPTE 2110 protocols are all supported. Also incorporated are Leader's CINEZONE and CINELITE which allow fast and intuitive quality monitoring by content production staff.

The Leader LV7600 rasterizer offers the same capabilities as the LV5600 but in a low-profile 19 inch 1U form-factor for easy rack or desk mounting.

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