Serial Digital Interface (SDI) to Internet Protocol (IP)
Macnica has been developing intellectual property to support the shift from Serial Digital Interface (SDI) to Internet Protocol (IP) based infrastructures since 2011. We successfully demonstrated the first implementation of our SMPTE ST 2022-1/2/5/6 intellectual property at NAB in 2012. We continue to develop highly flexible intellectual property that enables high channel count across multiple types of channels and a mix of standards in support of the Video over IP migration.
- Support for multiple channels of video, audio and meta-data
- Protocols can be configured on a per-channel basis (mix ST 2110, ST 2022-6, Sony)
- Integration with JPEG2000 and TICO compression
- ST 2059-1/2 time synchronization
- Integration with SDI interface
- Clock recovery from video stream or external sync signal
*Macnica’s patented clock recovery methodology allows the video clock to be derived from the packet stream over a wide range of network jitter conditions.
- ST2110 packet transport
- Sony Network Media Interface (Sony NMI), FEC, packetization and and Low Latency Video Codec (LLVC)
- ST 2022-2/6 - 1G and 10G packetization
- ST 2022-1/5 - 1G and 10G FEC
- ST 2022-7 - Seamless Protection Switching
- ST 2059-1/2 - time synchronization
Macnica’s suite of Video over IP Intellectual Property implements the most up-to-date standards associated with live video transport over IP networks through active participation in the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), Video Services Forum (VSF), Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM), Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS), Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA), and the Sony IP Alliance organizations.CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION