JPEG 2000: JPEG 2000 encoding implemented by MXNet differs from MPEG and other discrete cosine transform-based codecs, as it optimizes compression efficiency for applications with limited bandwidth. JPEG 2000 is based on a wavelet transform algorithm, providing lossless or lossy compression and parseable code streams. Genlock is supported, syncing a video source by frame to Decoders comprising a video wall, for a simul-sync, tear-free appearance.
Decoded image fidelity from Evolution II AC-MXNET-1G-DV2 decoders has been substantially improved with the new AVPro Edge ASIC, working in tandem with Evolution II AC-MXNET-1G-EV2 encoders. JPEG 2000 is reliably used by Digital Cinema Initiatives for theatrical content, by television networks for HD broadcasting, and by DICOM® for critical, decision-making, medical imaging applications.
4K/60fps Support: First-generation MXNet Encoders and Decoders were unable to support 4K/60fps 4:4:4 RGB or YCbCr, 10- and 12-bit or with dynamic metadata. When not lossless, the advanced encoding / decoding engine resident on the new ASIC developed for EVO II Encoders and AC-MXNET-1G-DV2 Decoders applies a limited, ultra-light compression, composing an artifact free image upon decoding, including Dolby Vision or HDR10+ content.
High Bitrate Multi-channel Audio Support: Dolby Atmos and DTS:X for IMAX Enhanced are now supported.
Data Status Window: A forward-facing, built-in mini OLED screen displays information critical to device set up, system troubleshooting, or standard operational status. Custom name an EVO II AC-MXNET-1G-DV2 with up to twelve allotted character slots for easy identification or to match your system requirements. IP and MAC addresses are also displayed.
Control Signal Routing: AC-MXNET-1G-DV2 decoders receive IR and RS-232 control signals that have been mapped with MXNet Mentor software then packeted for multicast by AC-MXNET-1G-EV2 encoders. I-PASS and IR-EYE ports support IR signal throughput from third-party over-control systems to AC-MXNET-1G-DV2 decoders and endpoint-connected products.
USB and KVM Support: A USB 2.0 Type-B female Host connection resides on every AC-MXNET-1G-EV2. MXNet Mentor software enables easy routing configuration for bi-directional USB signals from a designated Host Encoder to a downstream MXNET-1G-DV2 decoder with a connected USB device.
External Device Light Control: Light emission from an AC-MXNET-1G-DV2 may be controlled via MXNet Mentor. Any status light, including network link LEDs and the OLED Data Window may be optionally disabled to prevent unwanted distraction, enabling discreet placement where desired. Device lights may also be continuously “flashed” for high visibility when troubleshooting.
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