VideoFlow and Sencore’s interoperability test of the former’s Digital Video Protection solution and the latters MRD receiver decoder produced successful results.
VideoFlow and Sencore have successfully completed interoperability testing using the VideoFlow DVP (Digital Video Protection) to deliver stable, high-quality video over extremely challenging connections using Sencore's flagship MRD receiver decoder series, the companies announced.
VideoFlow's Digital Video Protection platform and Sencore's MRD together successfully deliver high-quality, stable video under challenging Internet conditions.
A WiMAX wireless connection was used as the first access link, which had high latency and high bit-rate fluctuations and was connected to the public Internet. The video stream was first monitored without any protection technology, and there was a lot of disruption and lost packets.
Live video broadcast are sent as a continuous bit stream, which IP networks were never designed to handle, resulting in artefacts caused by packet jitter and packet loss.
More than a couple of seconds of latency is unacceptable. VideoFlow's technology ensures that no packet is lost and the packet jitter caused by transiting the IP network is nullified.
See Sencore at NAB Show booths S216LMR and SU1916.
See VideoFlow at NAB Show booth SU11124.
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