Wednesday 29th June, 8:30 for 9am
Soho Screening Rooms, Berwick St
Oliver Gappa,R&S, explores the evolution of Video-Over-IP, examines the options available now and highlights some of the pitfalls.
Streaming video using Internet Protocols has been around years, it’s only been in the past decade that relevant technology advances have made it feasible to use in video production, potentially replacing the dedicated video cables along with the trusty BNC.
The question is what protocol will the video use when traversing the networks?
SMPTE 2022-6, which was ratified in 2012, is a standard so everyone is using that, right?
Wrong, its getting widespread support from manufacturers with some announcing products based around it at NAB early this year, equally though there are others with their own, and some claiming they will work with everything, thinking they are being helpful…
TICO is a strong favourite, published as Mapping SDI with a Light-Weight Compression for High Frame Rates and Ultra-HD 4K Transport over SMPTE 2022-5/6.
NewTek introduced its own free network device interface—NDI for video over IP, Evertz introduced ASPEN to do the same, Sony have their own IP Live Production System.
Keen to understand who’s doing what, with our without the standards? Find out more at our Video Over IP Tech Breakfast.
As always the breakfast is free to attend but spaces are limited, so prior registration is strongly advised.
Breakfast will be served from 8:30am for a 9am start.