A two day course that covers the fundamentals of SMPTE 2110, Network Device Interface (NDI) and Secure Reliable Transport (SRT).
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Lockwood Broadcast Group has been on the cutting edge of video delivery over IP since its inception. It has been involved in IP multicasting since 2007 and was among the first broadcasting companies to distribute HD content over IP.
Before using VideoFlow, Lockwood had worked with several vendors for video transport with various levels of success. “We looked at everything out there, tried numerous products but couldn’t find anything that gave us both the reliability and the operational efficiency that we need,” said Bob Pectelidis, Lockwood’s Corporate Director of Engineering.
This course consists of 7 modules, providing a thorough grounding in the principles and standards of Video over IP (Internet Protocol). Starting with the basics of using IP as a replacement for SDI, it goes on to look at RTP (Realtime Transport Protocol) streaming and the fundamentals of IP multicast, and then covers SMPTE ST 2022, SMPTE ST 2110, AES 67, AMWA NMOS, and PTP (IEEE 1588) – the key components of an IP based studio, OB truck or broadcast centre. The standards are dealt with in a way that is both clear and understandable, while at the same time giving the detail needed to be useful in real practical situations.
The course will appeal to anyone with basic knowledge of IP and SDI who wants to gain a good understanding of how IP is transforming the infrastructure of broadcasting and content production.
This 2 day hands on workshop covers transport of RTP streams using IP Multicast Protocols.
It’s becoming commonplace to carry audio and video streams across large IP networks within a broadcast or media facility. Where these AV streams are intended for many destinations simultaneously use of multicast signaling protocols is essential if network resources are to be used efficiently. This practical two day workshop covers the theory and practice of implementing these protocols within IP and Ethernet networks.
IP Overview for Technical and Sales
An introduction to how IP Multicast flows, the foundation for the delivery of SMPTE ST 2110 and ST 2022-6/7, are delivered from source to destination in an IP network. Both IGMP and SDN approaches are discussed by Gerard Phillips (Systems Engineer, Arista Networks), with the aim to help end users identify when and where these two approaches may be useful in their media networks. [bc_video video_id="5768686271001" account_id="4229317768001" player_id="BkgkXSCcOM" embed="in-page" padding_top="56%" autoplay="autoplay" min_width="0px" max_width="640px" width="100%" height="100%"]