RED Connect With SMPTE ST 2110-22 JPEG-XS Debuts At IBC 2023

IBC 2023 attendees will have an opportunity to explore the entire lineup of RED camera systems as well as the latest cinema broadcast and IP-based workflow solutions including RED Connect throughout the duration of the show.

RED’s latest update to the breakthrough RED Connect offering is the ability to easily output a standardized SMPTE ST 2110-22 JPEG-XS 4K 60P stream over IP networks. Productions can simply integrate RED into an IP broadcast environment with the help of NMOS camera discovery and management (AMWA), PTP synchronization (SMPTE ST 2059-2) and return video (SMPTE ST 2110-20) with VSF TR-08.

In the Matrox Video booth, RED is showcasing this latest RED Connect feature in tandem with Matrox ConvertIP two-way SMPTE ST 2110 converters. ConvertIP is plug-and-play with RED Connect for easy setup and integration of RED Connect cameras into any ST 2110 environment. Accessing high quality RED Connect ST 2110 JPEG XS feeds is as simple as adding a ConvertIP unit and a monitor to any network port and automatically connecting using NMOS. ConvertIP effortlessly converts HDMI or SDI signals to and from ST 2110, bridging the gap between traditional baseband video workflows and IP-based transmission. With Matrox ConvertIP, broadcasters can reduce the cost of ownership, ease switching requirements, and gain baseband monitoring flexibility and redundancy.

Additionally, compliance with SMPTE ST 2110 is enabling other manufacturers to integrate RED’s camera technology into their own products faster and easier. Mo-Sys is demonstrating its TimeCam product, which achieves zero delay for remote camera operators using RED Connect based on NVIDIA CUDA and NVIDIA Rivermax for uncompressed video streaming over SMPTE ST 2110.

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