At the 2013 NAB Show, Screen Service will feature its new ENC 333A HD system designed for real-time audio/video encoding for broadcast applications.
The device is able to encode several HD and SD formats, providing high-quality video suitable for broadcast transmission. The video encoding technique, H.264 and MPEG-2, guarantees low output bit-rate with a flexible range that goes from 2Mb/s to 25Mb/s. The audio stream is coded with high efficiency and quality using MPEG-1 Layer II, AAC-HE, AAC-LC or DolbyDigitalPro.
In addition, the company will show its new ENC 335 low-latency, real-time HD video over IP encoder/decoder. An SD/HD signal is received by the encoder, compressed and transmitted via an IP network. A decoder captures data from an IP network, decompresses it and plays it back in original form as SD/HD video. The device can be configured with either a 3G-SDI or DVI/HDMI interface, as required.
Other products Screen Service will highlight at its booth include its SDT ULTRA HE transmitter series, multi-purpose SSBT broadcast analyzer and OMNI LINK 1W RMS, COFDM DVB-T2-based microwave link.
For more information, visit Screen Service at NAB booth SU4306.
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