The demonstration will allow system integrators, designers, consultants and users to compare video quality, latency and bandwidth requirements for AV signal distribution and get all their questions answered.
“We put together this demonstration to help visitors sort through the misinformation proliferating in our industry related to the impact of compression on video quality and the effect of latency on usability,” said SDVoE Alliance president Justin Kennington.
Additional demonstrations of SDVoE technology will highlight powerful AV processing for video wall and multi-view applications, as well as the platform’s support for 4K60 with HDR.
The SDVoE Alliance hopes these demonstrations will thoroughly explain the AV-over-IP topic.
“The latency of the SDVoE transport is less than 0.1ms so I feel good calling that zero latency. Meanwhile, manufacturers who are not using the SDVoE platform claim no latency (notice they won’t say zero) and then publish a specification that says 30ms. That’s dishonest, and it exposes system designers and integrators to performance limits that will prove unacceptable once they are discovered by end users,” says Justin.
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