With the emergence of 4K and HDR production, remote production companies and studios have been struggling to make sense of the additional requirements for more cabling (4X more) and native equipment that supports it. Where the highest quality HD signal uses a single 3Gbps SDI cable to connect point A to point B—e.g., a camera to a production truck—the same workflow in 4K (or UHD) requires four separate 3 Gbps cables, often referred to as a “quad link” or “4-wire infrastructure.
At the InfoComm Show DELTACAST is launching a new interface card for the HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.3 standard protocols to accommodate monitors and other types of computer displays that support higher frame rate, larger resolution, low latency and higher bit depth—such as 4K and HDR content.
Osprey Video’s capture cards support Network Device Interface (NDI), NewTek’s technology that enables interconnected, software-driven production workflows.
Crystal Vision has added flexible embedding and de-embedding to its new Vision frame system.
The Switch Network’s Cumulus demonstration proves that latency-free live TV production can be from anywhere at anytime.
Debut product from Cobalt Digital at BroadcastAsia include FAST-Stream OTT, +RTP/ARQ Automatic Repeat ReQuest and OG-PC-x86-8S.
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