01.06.2004 12:00 PM
Evertz releases 7770CS-HD HDTV compression codec


The 7770CS-HD also preserves VANC data in the incoming HD-SDI stream and transports this across the 270Mb/s SDTi interface.

Evertz Microsystems has released the 7770CS-HD HDTV compression codec that encodes one SMPTE 292M (1.485Gb/s) serial digital video signal with up to four AES channels of embedded or separate audio into one 270Mb/s SDTi (SMPTE 305M) compliant output stream.

The 7770CS-HD also preserves VANC data in the incoming HD-SDI stream and transports this across the 270Mb/s SDTi interface. Automatic detection and support of 1080i/59.94, 1080i/50, 1080p/29.97sF, 1080p/25sF, 1080p/23.97sF and 1035i/59.94 field rates is provided.

The 7770CS-HD occupies two card slots and is housed in either a 1RU frame that holds up to three modules, a 3RU frame which will hold up to seven modules or a stand-alone enclosure that will hold up to one module.

For more information, please visit: www.evertz.com.

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