The DEVO team demonstrated “disruptive digital video in action” at IBC 2016 with new products and announcements.
San Diego-based DVEO returned to Amsterdam for IBC 2016. DEVO demonstrated products and introduced new products for DVB ASI, Transport Streams, MPEG Encoding, and video over IP solutions focusing on video MPEG and H.264 encoding, decoding, and streaming for Broadcasters, Telcos, and Media Centric Corporations.
DEVO highlighted the technology in ARQ Link HD IP. The solution combines encoding, decoding and IP networking with patented DOZER ARQ Automated Packet Recovery, ensuring perfect real-time video delivery over IP networks including the Internet. A U.S. Patent was awarded for DOZER ARQ (Automatic Repeat Request) Automated Packet Recovery Technology, and SDK and Permanent License is available for third-party integration.
The company launched PREMIO at IBC. PREMIRO DIG/IP: TELCO is a low latency H.264/AVC or H.265/HEVC Mezzanine Encoder with high-quality 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 1080p output and stream archiving. It receives one SDI or HD-SDI input (from a camera, editing system, or video server) and encodes it to a single mezzanine quality H.264 or optional H.265 1080p stream at .1 to 50 Mbps.
DVEO also showed their Jitter Box IP/IP PCR (Program Clock Reference) jitter correction appliance. PCR is the derived timing of all transport streams generated by the 27 MHz System Time Clock in encoders. Many IP transport streams are asynchronous, which makes them prone to jitter if they are sent to PCR compliant devices. If an IP stream is not compliant, the Jitter Box IP/IP can make it compliant.
The company also announced that MultiStreamer, Gearbox and Brutus Encoders and Transcoders all now support H.265/HEVC and the new HLS/fMP4 (Fragmented MP4) standard for segmented streaming. In addition, the powerful Atlas Media Server family has been enhanced with Catch-up TV and Live Time Shift (Rewind and Fast Forward).
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