Artel Video Systems is using IBC to launch its new JPEG2000 platform, the DLC610.
Artel’s DLC610 video compression module compresses HD-SDI into JPEG2000 then encapsulates the video, audio, and all ancillary data into a MPEG-2 TS transport stream and industry standard DVB-ASI.
The DLC610, which is user configurable as an encoder or decoder, is integrated into Artel Video System’s DigiLink platform. It uses an intoPIX compression core to compress the video to an 80Mbps to 180Mbps JPEG2000 stream.
Using a newly developed standard, the DLC610 combines compressed video with audio and ancillary data into a MPEG-2 TS transport stream, and finally encapsulates it into DVB-ASI.
The resulting stream can then be transported over fibre links, Ethernet, and optical networks for decoding and delivery by a DLC610 or any other industry standard JPEG2000 decoder.
An open design enables users to purchase the DLC610 as a low-cost standalone solution for integration into standard ASI equipment or into the DigiLink platform, according to Artel.
Artel will exhibit at IBC on stand 2.A20
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