With the recent announcement of version 2.1 of HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), it’s hightime to considerthe implications for the AV industry. Resolutions up to 10K, high and variable frame rates, dynamic HDR and improved audio –let's takea look at what the new HDMI 2.1 standard will bring.
DMX (Digital Multiplex) is a digital network communication standard, mostly used to control lighting equipment. With the versatility of the standard making it increasingly popular in other applications,it's time to learn about DMX, and how to avoid potential pitfalls using it!
ASIO (Audio Stream Input Output), is a proprietary multi-channel audio interface, developed by Steinberg, which bypasses the operating system's mixing kernel to provide the lowest latency direct communication between the media server and the sound hardware.
WASAPI (Windows Audio Session API) is Microsoft’s multi-channel audio interface for communication with audio devices. WASAPI was introduced with Windows Vista™ and is supported by Windows 7 and later versions. WASAPI delivers an unmodified audio-stream to a sound device, and provides similar benefits as ASIO.
NDI™ (Network Device Interface) is a free protocol for Video over IP, developed by NewTek. It is designed to allow distribution of live professional video over existing IP infrastructure, freeing users from hardware constraints and gives the benefits of reduced cost and deployment time.
Camera-based automatic projection alignment empowers integrators, show operators and end-users to align and calibrate any number of projection channels in domes, complex projection surfaces, flat or curved surfaces in a cost-efficient way.
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At Dataton, your privacy is important. That’s why we’re already preparing for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This new legislation is designed to unify and strengthen data privacy laws for all individuals across Europe and will come into effect on May 25, 2018. Read on and see how we’re getting ready for the GDPR, plus how the new rules may affect you.
Video compression is a challenge for a wide range of applications, as it reduces overall image quality and adds unwanted artefacts such as discoloration, break-ups and noise to the image. But when do you need uncompressed? And is compressed good enough?