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Dante supporting video

Dante supporting video

Dante supporting video

The Dante AV Module is aimed at manufacturers developing 1G video-over-IP products

Audinate’s Dante AV Module supports one video channel and eight uncompressed bidirectional Dante audio channels. A video-capable extension to Audinate’s audio-over-IP ecosystem, the Dante AV Module is primarily aimed at manufacturers developing 1G video-over-IP products with Dante control, transport and synchronisation. Its architecture is codec-agnostic, so manufacturers have free rein.

The Dante AV Product Design Suite, developed for use with the Dante AV Module, provides manufacturers with a full AV-over-IP endpoint product design. The Dante AV Module is incorporated into the Product Design Suite and includes the hardware documents and software needed to create fully interoperable AV products and to speed up the process of getting a new solution to market.

intoPIX’s JPEG 2000 codec, which supports 4K/60 4:4:4 video, is included in the Dante AV Product Design Suite, said to offer ‘visually lossless results with low latency over a 1Gbps network’. The design suite also prevents the copying of digital audio and video content as it travels across connections by implementing HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection).

JPEG 2000 allows Dante AV to create 4K multi-screen environments, distributing audio where required, and deploy and manage videowalls using Cat-5e cables and switchers. It simplifies the installation and use of conference rooms that make use of both video and audio. ‘Although the Dante AV Module is designed to be codec-agnostic, we felt it was in the best interests of our OEM customers to have the codec already integrated as part of the Dante AV Product Design Suite,’ explained Lee Ellison, CEO of Audinate.

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