NAB 2014: Haivision to introduce new live HEVC streaming solution
At the 2014 NAB Show, Haivision will unveil a new solution for HEVC streaming within its transcoding product line and demonstrate the recently announced Makito X Series of encoding and decoding products, now featuring Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) technology, reports Joe Hosken. Haivision will exhibit these new solutions during the NAB Show at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel (Paramount Room, 3400 Paradise Rd) from April 7-10.
One of the new solutions will enable live HEVC baseband encoding and H.264 to HEVC or HEVC to H.264 transcoding. Designed for live video contribution applications for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), and video backhaul contribution, this new solution will empower organisations to send high quality video using low-capacity networks while still maintaining compatibility with existing infrastructure.
Haivision will also demonstrate its newest Makito X Series of video encoders/decoders. Designed for the most demanding encoding applications in enterprise, broadcast and federal/military environments, the Makito X Series delivers higher performance, superior quality video and efficient encoding.
Haivision’s Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) technology, the company adds, is now featured within the Makito X Series of encoding/decoding technology, providing high quality, low cost video transport over the Internet. SRT optimises video streaming performance across unpredictable Internet networks, where packet loss, jitter, network congestion and bandwidth fluctuations can severely affect the viewing experience. By combining end-to-end security, resiliency and dynamic endpoint adjustment, SRT tames common Internet streaming challenges by detecting network conditions in real-time and adjusts the stream to deliver the highest quality video.