Matrox Showcases IP-Based Video Tech At IBC2022

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MONTREAL—Matrox focused on how broadcasters can leverage best-practice tools and methodologies when taking on on-premise and cloud-based live production at the just-concluded IBC 2022.

The company showed its standalone SMPTE ST 2110 ConvertIP, which integrates and converts ST 2110 IP signals to enable broadcasters to monitor ST 2110-20 (uncompressed video transport) and ST 2110-22 (constant bit rate compressed video transport) sources on HDMI or SDI monitors.

It also features the new Matrox Monarch EDGE encoder and decoder appliances, purpose-built devices for remote production (REMI) and contribution. They offer built-in tally and talkback, 4K and genlock support. Used together with the GlobalM cloud-based SRT streaming platform, which offers high-availability, scalable routing and monitoring, the cloud-based orchestration network provides a cost-effective approach to acquiring and sharing high-quality, low-latency contribution streams for REMI production, the company said. 

The company also showcased its Extio 3 IP KVM extenders, which facilitate remote access and connectivity for distributed production teams working off-site. They deliver secure, seamless and glitch-free 4Kp60 4:4:4 and up to quad 1080p60 4:4:4 video extension and switching support over IP. The KVMs also work over standard and existing one Gigabit Ethernet networks, it said.

More information is available on the company’s website.

Phil Kurz

Phil Kurz is a contributing editor to TV Tech. He has written about TV and video technology for more than 30 years and served as editor of three leading industry magazines. He earned a Bachelor of Journalism and a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism.