Blog tagged as Latency

JPEG XS at the heart of the latest VSF TR-08 to simplify live production to the cloud. 
The primary objective of this new VSF TR-08 is to address LAN, WAN and cloud applications and enable interoperability between products from different equipment manufacturers. It supports the transport of JPEG XS Video in ST 2110-22.
24.08.21 02:04 PM - Comment(s)
With JPEG XS into the WAN, you can do everything like you were there! 
The main focus of the new TR-07 from VSF is JPEG XS. The new codec is really specialized in high-quality and very low-latency and focuses on high-quality live video contribution and transmission.
24.08.21 01:51 PM - Comment(s)
Introducing 8K JPEG XS Codec for Live Production using Village Island Codec
With the development of the JPEG XS codec device, it is now possible to transmit two 8K video streams simultaneously using a single 10 Gigabit Ethernet cable, leading to a significant reduction in equipment costs.
29.06.21 09:01 AM - Comment(s)
NEW【VICO-4L-XS】4K SDI to ST-2110 IP converter with JPEG XS codec
The JPEG XS enabled VICO-4L-XS. This new converter allows 4K XS encoding/decoding at various compression rates, enabling a 12G-SDI 4K conversion to IP, and streaming in compliance to the SMPTE ST-2110 standards.
17.06.21 02:38 PM - Comment(s)
Riot Games Leverages Hyper-Speed of JPEG XS for Historic League of Legends, Valorant Events in Iceland
True Interactive, Live, Instantaneous, Hyper-speed, Remote Production powered by the new JPEG XS low-latency lightweight video compression standard
15.06.21 12:45 PM - Comment(s)
FastTICO-XS & Rivermax running together on JETSON using a ConnectX5 NIC card at GTC21
GTC 2021 4K Demo. The combination of intoPIX FastTICO-XS GPU SDK with Rivermax provides a turnkey solution supporting the new JPEG XS standard.
03.06.21 01:08 PM - Comment(s)
intoPIX delivers JPEG XS Compressed Solutions for Low Latency Video Streaming with NVIDIA GPUs
intoPIX FastTICO-XS SDK now seamlessly integrates with NVIDIA Rivermax SDK and Nvidia Ethernet NICs for Lower Bitrate SMPTE ST 2110 Workflows.
03.06.21 07:00 AM - Comment(s)
intoPIX FlinQ technology embedded in Crestron DM NVX at the service of NASA 
NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover mission team relies on 4K video collaboration system based in Creston DM NVX AV over IP streaming media devices
27.05.21 09:59 AM - Comment(s)
JPEG XS to help the deployment of remote video review solutions for Video Assistant Referees (VAR)
Working Remotely, with zero latency, the VAR allows instant and seamless review of multiple cameras. The referee on the field can easily communicate with the video operation room, no matter where they are in the world.
19.05.21 01:01 PM - Comment(s)
More Sustainable Sports Competitions through Remote Production with JPEG XS
The transport of the broadcasting equipment and the team negatively affect carbon emissions during a competition. Sports production can make significant progress by shifting to remote production.
19.05.21 12:15 PM - Comment(s)
Broadcast in 2021, a new way of working 
JPEG XS eases the video transport in live production through the LAN, WAN and CLOUD.
05.03.21 11:53 AM - Comment(s)
​​High Quality Live Production in the LAN, over the WAN and into the Cloud using JPEG XS
JPEG XS eases the video transport in live production through the LAN, WAN and CLOUD.
05.03.21 11:53 AM - Comment(s)
Why would you need video compression ?
Higher resolutions, Higher frame rates, Higher bit depth, Higher dynamic range, Compression is not an option anymore !
02.10.20 11:08 AM - Comment(s)
Village Island makes the move to XS
Village Island integrates the JPEG-XS technology in the VICO products. This upgrade ensures higher compression ratio and better video quality while keeping the “zero” latency.
23.07.20 01:30 PM - Comment(s)
Innovative Advantage upgrades streams from HD to 4K in business jets with the intoPIX TICO RDD35 Technology 
Innovative Advantage, leaders in Aircraft audio and video distribution systems, has integrated the TICO RDD35 technology in its AVDS - Audio Video Distribution System.
17.07.20 01:40 PM - Comment(s)