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Exciting Product Releases at IBC 2022!

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The innovative technology and content event IBC 2022 will take place the 9th – 12th September at the RAI in Amsterdam!

Many of our partners will be there, highlighting their latest broadcast and telecom solutions. PHABRIX will be showcasing the new QxP “portable QxL” rasterizer. Nixer’s RL256 will be available for demo. Lynx Technik will have the instant dialogue cleaner IDC 1411 on display. And that’s only the beginning! Come visit their stands to experience more:

PHABRIX – Test & Measurement – 10.C01
Nixer – AoIP Monitoring Solutions – 8.F93
Lynx Technik 
– yellobrik Integrated System – 10.A10
AVT
– Telephone Hybrids, audio Codecs & DAB – 8.F76
Media Links
– Media contribution over IP – 1.C45
TAG VS
– Probing/Monitoring – 1.C30

Contact us to schedule a meeting during IBC 2022!

TAG Introduces MCS Enhanced with New Bridge Technology!

With TAG Video System’s Bridge Technology, MCS Media Control System ingests a stream once then delivers an optimized version to multiple locations.

This NAB Product-of-the-Year solution is a valuable addition for multi-studio live production applications. The MCS transforms how users extract and utilize their own data, giving them improved operational performance as well as significant customization. It serves as an aggregation engine, system manager and orchestrator for the data collected by TAG’s MCM (Multi-Channel Monitoring) systems.

Thanks to an open-source paradigm, the MCS exposes probed and monitored data to third-party analytic & visualization applications. This allows companies to manage the entire monitoring stack from end-to-end.

TAG’s Bridge Technology, powered by the MCS, enables the user to receive a source once (video, audio, metadata) and display it directly on any TAG system. TAG Bridge then optimizes the sizing, format and delivery protocol to fit the configuration of numerous recipients. This in turn drastically reduces compute resources and optimizes the amount of network bandwidth consumed, thus freeing up capacity for the customer.

Contact us to learn more about TAG’s MCS enhanced with new Bridge Technology!

TAG Announces Support for NDI 5 & SRT

TAG Video Systems recently added support for NDI 5, the latest version of Network Device Interface, and SRT, Secure Reliable Transport. These two protocols increase connectivity and signal transport options while opening the door to further collaboration and creativity!

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Network Device Interface (NDI) is a realtime low latency IP video network technology that allows users to build IP-based video networks and benefit from uncompressed video IP networks. With NDI 5, connect to a wide range of NDI sources such as cameras, switchers, PCs, phones, and video conferencing applications (i.e. Skype). Also capture the output from PCs in order to add websites, PC UIs and video conference participants as tiles on a TAG mosaic. Additionally, enable NDI as an output format. This creates an inexpensive, low-latency and high-quality connection to display devices.

SRT

Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) is an open-source transport protocol. It allows for robust transmission of high-quality high-bandwidth video signals over public internet, unmanaged networks, and WANs without loss or impairments. SRT assures transport of signals across networks with no loss of quality and minimal latency while providing encryption, protecting content during transit. Thanks to SRT support, acquire signals from distant viewers such as remote workers. SRT is often used in cloud workflows and ground to cloud/cloud to ground links to build live linear cloud workflows.

Finally, when current TAG customers upgrade to the latest version of TAG software, they can enable NDI and SRT at no additional cost.

Contact us for more information about TAG’s support for NDI and SRT!

TAG Video Systems: Probing, Monitoring & Multiviewing Software

TEVIOS is pleased to start a new partnership with the 100% software based monitoring company, TAG Video Systems!

TAG Video Systems is #1 in integrated Probing, Monitoring & Multiviewing software, delivering the best quality video experience to viewers around the world.

TAG supports over 60,000 channels across the four primary broadcasting applications: Live Production, Playout/Master Control, OTT and Delivery. The TAG Zero Friction philosophy offers scalability, flexibility and asset utilization to broadcasters and content distributors across the globe.

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They are 100% Software, 100% IP, 100% COTS.

Learn more in this short introductory video:

Contact us for more information about TAG Video Systems probing, monitoring & multiviewing software.

JT-NM Self-Test results for PHABRIX’ Qx Rasterizer & Sx TAG

Various PHABRIX solutions successfully self-tested against the criteria for AMWA NMOS TR-1001-1 and SMPTE 2110 at the JT-NM Spring 2020 self-test. The products that self-tested include the Qx rasterizer and handheld Sx TAG.

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The JT-NM Tested Program shows how various IP-based equipment aligns with the SMPTE ST 2110, SMPTE ST 2059 and AMWA NMOS TR-1001-1 standards and requirements. The Qx ST 2110 “JT-NM Self-Tested” core IP feature set provides operators with ST 2110 confidence status monitoring. Furthermore, it is designed for HD IP ST 2110/2022-7 AMWA NMOS and ST 2022-6 environments. The Sx TAG, on the other hand, offers support for modern broadcast IP systems with JT-NM Self-Tested encapsulation and decapsulation. A built-in synchroniser supports hybrid operation, allowing asynchronous SDI sources to be locked to PTP for ST 2110 encapsulation.

Contact us for more information about the JT-NM self-test.