Rohde and Schwarz Brings Seamless Ultra HD Convenience to VENICE Posted: 18/05/2021
Rohde and Schwarz Brings Seamless Ultra HD Convenience to VENICE

Rohde & Schwarz, a global leader in broadcast media technologies, has extended the functionality of its R&SĀ®VENICE platform for live studio production. In particular, it has moved to support 4k Ultra HD signals, using either 12G or 2SI formats.
VENICE is a high-performance, high-resilience media platform designed to manage complex signal processing and storage requirements, particularly in live studio production applications. It provides uninterrupted operations including scheduled recording, clip transforms and playouts, across a network of processors and both Rohde & Schwarz storage and third-party qualified storage sub-systems. It also bridges the SDI and IP environments. VENICE servers can now be configured for multiple HD and Ultra HD signals, and units can work together as a single resource from a single user interface.

Tags: Rohde and Schwarz | Rohde and Schwarz VENICE | Media Server Platform | 2SI | R&S VENICE | Broadcast | Broadcast Media Technologies | Functions | Live Studio Production | Ultra HD Signals | Signal Processing | Storage | SDI | IP
Submitted by Manor Marketing
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Video Clarity Launches ClearView IP Posted: 18/01/2017
Video Clarity Launches ClearView IP
Video Clarity Inc., provider of market-leading audio and video quality measurement and analysis systems, today announced the launch of ClearView IP, the newest member of its ClearView line of video quality analyzers and an all-new product category for IP infrastructure use. The ClearView IP system allows users to play, record, and test quality of video that travels over IP networks according to new video-transport standards, and it gives them the option to mix SDI functions in the same system.
Tags: Video Clarity | ClearView IP | analyzer | manufacturer | SMPTE 2022-6/7 | Standard | domain | SDI Functions | product | infrastructure | video transport
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