Evertz Offers a Complete UHD Solution

At IBC 2016, Evertz will be highlighting a full range of products and features that help broadcasters to deliver UHD with HDR.

For production, Evertz’ DreamCatcher, the company's platform for UHD IP-Based replay, will demonstrate new features and capabilities which allow for UHD (with HDR and HFR) to be used in the production environment.

Both Evertz’ Software Defined Video Networking (SDVN) and the new 12G-SDI products enable distribution of uncompressed UHD over both IP (using SMPTE RDD 37) and SDI.

Evertz will also introduce new 12G-SDI routers, 12G-SDI IP gateways, and conversion and processing products. For UHD integrated channel playout with HDR, Evertz will demonstrate OvertureRT LIVE-UHD (OVRT-LIVE-UHD) which offers complete channel playout with support for live inputs and advanced channel branding on new UHD channels.

The new 3482TXE-HEVC provides high density HEVC encoding for the distribution of UHD with HDR signals to the end user. The additions of High Dynamic Range (HDR), High Frame Rate (HFR) and Wide Color Gamut (WCG) give the end user an immersive experience with UHD.

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