What is SMPTE ST 2110?

SMPTE ST 2110 is a set of standards for professional media over IP networks. The standards define how video, audio, and ancillary data are transported over IP networks in a manner that ensures synchronization and quality of service. 

What is the SRT Protocol?

What is the SRT Protocol? Learn more about SRT and the benefits of using this new protocol. As a fierce advocate of interoperability and standards, Matrox Video was among the early supporters of SRT and is a member of the SRT Alliance that manages and pro

Fundamentals of Multi-Channel Encoding for Streaming

Encoding refers to converting captured video and/or rendered PC graphics into a digital format that helps facilitate recording, moving, multiplying, sharing, altering, or otherwise manipulating the video content for editing, transport, and viewing. 

Fundamentals of AV over IP

AV over IP stands for “Audio-Visual over Internet Protocol”. Essentially, it is the transmission of audio-visual data over a network such as a LAN, WAN, or the internet. As opposed to traditional AV environments, AV over IP (also known as AV/IP) refers to

When to Use a Dedicated Appliance for Lecture Capture

This guide details five common scenarios in which dedicated lecture capture hardware appliances offer an ideal solution for the educational market. Read on for an outline of fundamental questions on this topic, and an illustration of the pros, cons, and c

What is Remote Production?

Remote production – also referred to as REMI, REMote Integration, or at-home production – is a workflow in which live event content is captured and sent via IP links to a centralized production facility where the final program is produced and distributed.