Av over IP
Audio-Visual over Internet Protocol Solutions
What is AV over IP?
AV over IP, which stands for Audio-Visual over Internet Protocol, is all about sending audio and video data over networks like your local network (LAN), a wide area network (WAN), or even the Internet itself. Unlike the old-school way of handling audio and video, AV over IP, often called AV/IP or AVoIP for short, relies on regular network gear to send and switch video and audio signals.
Live streaming & recording
KVM over IP
Training & simulation
Av over IP for control rooms
AV over IP technology has brought significant improvements to control rooms, making them more efficient and effective in managing audio and video. It has simplified access to audio and video sources, enhancing overall operations. This technology has truly transformed the way control rooms function. One of the key benefits of AV over IP is that it eliminates the need for dedicated physical cables, offering greater flexibility and scalability. Additionally, it removes the requirement for specialized A/V equipment, which not only reduces costs but also simplifies the setup. Moreover, AV over IP ensures enhanced data security as it transmits video signals over secure networks, safeguarding sensitive information. Control rooms often house multiple computer systems or servers that are critical for monitoring and managing various operations. KVM extenders allow operators to control these systems remotely from a central location. This is particularly valuable in situations where physical access to the systems is limited or when the systems are located in a secure server room. When it comes to Matrox IP KVM extenders, they provide a secure way to centralize systems in a server room while enabling remote control without compromising performance. Matrox KVM extenders can extend various signals, including keyboard, mouse, audio, video, RS232, and USB, over different mediums like fiber, copper, LAN, or private WAN. With top-notch resolution and support for multiple monitors, Matrox‘s KVM product line offers solutions for direct point-to-point connections, switchable KVM setups, or KVM over IP Matrix systems, allowing users to control any system from anywhere.
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Av-over-IP Featured Products
Maevex 6152 Quad 4K Encoder
Maevex 6152 boasts 4K60 capture and encode, four 4K streams and recordings, and 6 supported streaming protocols including SRT.
Maevex 6122 Dual 4K Encoder
Maevex 6122 delivers 4K60 capture and encode, and supports at least two 4K streams and recordings—with zero latency pass-through and multiple streaming protocols including SRT.
Maevex 6100 Quad 4K Encoder
Maevex 6100 delivers simultaneous quad 4K capture, stream, and record, with as many as 68 4K encoding capabilities from a single system.
DisplayPort IP KVM extender with quad-display and 4K support, and extends up to 4x video, stereo analog or digital embedded audio, RS232, and USB 2.0 signals.
DisplayPort IP KVM extender with dual-display support, extends up to 2x video, stereo analog or digital embedded audio, RS232, and USB 2.0 signals.
Maevex 6152 Quad 4K Decoder
Matrox Maevex 6152 decodes up to 4x 4K streams, or more lower resolution streams, and supports many options for multi-screen decoding.
Maevex 6020 Remote Recorder
A live streaming recorder designed for—and fully integrated with—Panopto’s industry-leading video management system with on-device transcoding.
Matrox ConvertIP SRH is capable of receiving or transmitting ST 2110 or IPMX signals, and features one RJ45 port.
Matrox ConvertIP DRH is capable of receiving or transmitting ST 2110 or IPMX signals and features HDMI I/O and three RJ45 ports on a single device.
Matrox ConvertIP DSS is capable of receiving or transmitting ST 2110 or IPMX signals, and features 12G-SDI, genlock, one RJ45, and two SFP28 ports on a single device.
Matrox ConvertIP DRS is capable of receiving or transmitting ST 2110 or IPMX signals, and features 12G-SDI, genlock, and three RJ45 ports on a single device.
Matrox ConvertIP DSH is capable of receiving or transmitting ST 2110 or IPMX signals, and features HDMI I/O, one RJ45, and two SFP28 ports on a single device.
Matrox ConvertIP SRST is capable of receiving or transmitting HDBaseT™ signals and features both RJ45 and SFP28 ports on a single device.
Matrox LUMA Pro Series graphics cards power advanced IP-based signage and video walls. They drive two 8K displays, two 5Kp120 displays, or up to four synchronized high-resolution displays or projectors from one card.
Mura IPX 4K Capture & IP Decode Series
Featuring 4x HDMI or 2x DisplayPort 1.2 inputs for high-resolution capture of multiple physical and/or IP sources with decoding of up to 4x 4K or 16x HD streams.
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How secure is AV over IP?
Yes, AV over IP provides security through encryption. It can limit compatibility between brands for added security. While encryption can enhance security, it can also limit compatibility between different brands. Some users might choose a stricter approach that only allows their encoders and decoders to work with their brand, reducing the potential for technical issues and customer support.
Which is better: AV-over-IP or conventional analog AV?
For smaller systems, analog AV remains a simple and cost-effective choice. However, for larger, more complex systems with higher bandwidth needs, longer transmission distances, or future expansion plans, AV-over-IP's flexibility becomes the preferred solution. AV/IP technology is undoubtedly the future of AV system transmission and control.
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