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Vitec adds HEVC encoder

Vitec adds HEVC encoder
MGES-7000

Vitec adds HEVC encoder

The MGES-7000 offers AES256/128-bit encryption and low-latency mode

With the streaming landscape now requiring high input solutions capable of supporting multiple channels of both HEVC (X.265) and H.264, Vitec has released the MGES-7000 4K/UHD/HD eight-input IPTV encoding blade to meet these needs. The manufacturer claims that the device offers the highest density processing available on the market, with real-time hardware encoding of four 4Kp60 or eight 3G/HD/SD input ports for live sources of SDI, HDMI or IP (SMPTE ST 2110) video together with advanced features such as secondary channel, integrated resolution and frame-rate scaling, AES256/128-bit encryption and low-latency mode.

MGW Ace IP decoder
MGW Ace IP decoder

Using hardware-based encoding chips supporting 4:2:2/4:2:0 10-bit and 8-bit H.264 and HEVC codecs, the blade can support any application demand while providing benefits such as support for secondary video streams up to 1080p60 for each input. All streams can be managed via a web UI. When coupled with the manufacturer’s MGW family of carrier-grade IPTV platforms, IPTV providers can serve up to 208 IPTV streams from the MGW 5100, up to 96 IPTV streams from the MGW 1100 and up to 16 IPTV streams from the MGW 1000.

In addition to the new blade, Vitec has announced that its MGW Ace IP decoder is now available as an openGear card. The decoder supports the latest HEVC/H.265 and legacy H.264/AVC compression standards, is 4K ready with dual 12G-SDI outputs, and provides 4:2:2 10-bit HEVC and H.264 decoding from IP or DVB-ASI. To support contribution or any multichannel applications, the 2U openGear chassis can host up to 10 decoders and offers a redundant power supply.



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