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It’s time to pull everything we’ve learned about the SDVoE API together and explore in detail each of the operational modes which can be utilised by this technology. In this module we will look at each of the supported video display modes, referring to them as operational modes, and discover how the syntax we’ve learned so far is used to manage the behaviour of an SDVoE endpoint device using the REST API.
SDVoE transmitters and receivers are powerful, flexible video distribution devices featuring advanced video processors with software-defined functionality completely programmable using the SDVoE API. In this course, Matthew Pulsipher of DVIGear describes how the DisplayNet DN-200 Series harness this power to provide software-defined multiview functionality with complete flexibility for system programmers and designers.
Welcome to the SDVoE Design Partner Certification course, your gateway to this incredible ecosystem. Throughout the course you will learn all about how an SDVoE system works, from the design topology to the API which drives software defined video across a 10g network, and at the end of the course you will have the opportunity to take a short assessment to test your new knowledge.
The broadcast industry is focused on the requirements for live production workflows over IP-based solutions, and as an industry it is already looking to adopt 100G Ethernet to meet the bandwidth needs of live 4K video production. Use of compression is undesirable, but where it is used the broadcast industry is struggling to find a common standard largely because each manufacturer has its own preference.
SDVoE uses the full OSI stack to provide the complete solution for AV over IP from ethernet to transport to the API. To achieve this in broadcast world a number of different standards bodies must be considered.
This course will show you how the standards which must be considered in the broadcast industry don't really apply to that of Pro AV.