Video distribution should not be compromised, what is shown on the display should be exactly the same quality as that from the source. There should be no delay from when the image leaves the source to when it is displayed, and yet when the video is distributed across a network to multiple displays it simply cannot use up every last drop of the available network resource. 

Video compression usually comes in one of three forms of codec, and this course will introduce you to each one of them using the Codec Triangle to explain how the 3 key principles are often compromised with many forms of video compression. We will also take a deeper dive into how SDVoE has overcome these problems to deliver un-compromised video performance with true IT and AV convergence.