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SMPTE Publishes ST 2110-40, Addressing Ancillary Metadata for Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks Posted: 03/05/2018
SMPTE Publishes ST 2110-40, Addressing Ancillary Metadata for Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks

SMPTE®, the organization whose standards work has supported a century of advances in entertainment technology and whose membership spans the globe, has extended the SMPTE ST 2110 Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks standards suite with the publication of SMPTE ST 2110-40. This new document maps ancillary data packets (as defined in SMPTE ST 291-1) into Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) packets that are transported via User Data Protocol/Internet Protocol (UDP/IP) and enables those packets to be moved synchronously with associated video and audio essence streams.

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SMPTE Approves ST 2110 Standards for Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks Posted: 18/09/2017
SMPTE Approves ST 2110 Standards for Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks
SMPTE(R), the organization whose standards work has supported a century of advances in entertainment technology, today announced the approval of the first standards within SMPTE ST 2110, Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks, a new standards suite that specifies the carriage, synchronization, and description of separate elementary essence streams over professional internet protocol (IP) networks in real-time for the purposes of live production, playout, and other professional media applications.
Tags: SMPTE | ST 2110 Standards | Professional Media | Managed IP Networks | Standards Suite Support | Over IP Networks | Real-Time | Flexible workflows | Efficient workflows | Creative Workflows
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