NAB 2012: VidOvation To Show In-Net GoalCam, Encoders
VidOvation will demonstrate an array of its award-winning solutions, each designed with customer requirements in mind and built to the demanding specifications of today’s media operations.
VidOvation’s In-Net GoalCam was recently implemented by the NHL to aid and support officiating and instant replay to ensure accurate calls at every venue in the league. The In-Net GoalCam wireless video transport system withstands the hardest hits and specification needs of the NHL. The system utilizes 60 GHz wireless HD-SDI RF technology.
The Meridian wireless microwave broadcast system is designed for high-quality, zero-delay, wireless, RF camera links. This system offers short range transmissions as an alternative to traditional COFDM systems. Meridian uses license-exempt channels and offering secure encrypted transmissions.
AVN 443 HD Encoder
This IPTV encoder can turn video from any HDMI, DVI-D, or HD-SDI source into a full screen, full resolution Internet Protocol digital video in real time.
The MVN-EN460 Broadcast Encoder is a real-time MPEG-4 SD and HD video encoding solution. Based on the openGear architecture, the EN460 has been designed to meet the demanding requirements of the IPTV, Telco, Cable, Contribution, and Distribution markets.
The Minicaster is a portable, self-contained, standalone system for live HD and SD video webcasting. All of the necessary hardware and software resources are included for creating high quality streams from all types of professional video sources. Featuring Adobe Flash H.264 and Windows Media encoding, the Minicaster can produce streams at bit rates from 100 kbps to 15 Mbps to deliver premium performance for all types of streaming applications.
iRecord is a stand-alone network-enabled hybrid digital video recorder for security and surveillance applications supporting both analog and IP cameras. This one-of-a-kind unit converts any analog camera to an intelligent, high-resolution, network-enabled surveillance system. The analog A/V signal from a camera or directly from an IP camera source the iRecord captures and stores on USB storage media using Motion JPEG (MJPEG) or H.264 video at full frame rate and MP3 audio formats while simultaneously streaming. The live A/V stream or stored contents can be streamed in MJPEG, or transcoded on the fly to a highly compressed H.264 stream for remote viewing.