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Dejero shaken to the Core

Dejero shaken to the Core
The CuePoint 50 and WayPoint 50

Dejero shaken to the Core

Dejero has deployed new versions of WayPoint 50 and CuePoint 50

New versions of WayPoint 50 and CuePoint 50 have been developed by Dejero as part of a portable flyaway kit to support a facility with its complete evacuation in response to social distancing regulations during the Covid-19 pandemic. The WayPoint 50 single-output compact receiver reconstructs broadcast-quality video transported over multiple IP connections from a Dejero transmitter, decodes HEVC or AVC and outputs to SDI or MPEG-TS workflows. In addition to in-vehicle and portable kit installation, WayPoint 50 is the ideal tool for stations that need just a single output for their broadcast workflow. The CuePoint 50 return feed server sends low-latency live programme video and teleprompter feeds to on-air presenters, camera operators and other production personnel in the field. Serving as a link with central production during live broadcasts, up to eight output feeds can be viewed on tablets, smartphones or regular monitors. WayPoint 50 and CuePoint 50 can be integrated into a portable flyaway kit and easily moved to any location to support remote production workflows.

Dejero has made the latest version of its Core software available for users. Version 5.4 software runs on all Dejero transmitters, encoders, transceivers and receivers together with Smart Blending Technology for enhancing the reliability of the connection paths and delivering greater bandwidth. The hardware/software Hybrid Encoding Technology provides high-quality video in challenging bandwidth-constrained scenarios. Users of the FlexPoint 111 transceiver can now transmit and receive resolutions up to 4K UHD at 60fps, with live bitrates up to 60Mb/s 4K UHD supported in both live and recording modes. The update also introduces two-way intercom communications to several other Dejero products, including the EnGo 1.3 and EnGo 260 mobile transmitters and the WayPoint 104 receiver. A closed-captioning feature is also available for the FlexPoint transceiver and the new WayPoint 50 receiver. Adding an additional hour of operation, users of the EnGo 260 transmitters benefit from three hours of live video transmission from the internal rechargeable battery.

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