JPEG 2000 – JPEG 2000 is the obvious and essential video encoding choice when picture quality is critical. JPEG 2000 supports progressive decoding and delivers both lossy and lossless compression within a code stream. JPEG 2000 supports GEN LOCK so that the frames of a video source are synced to all Decoders resulting in tear-free video walls. JPEG 2000 enables the handling of color-space information, 10bit color, and it supports interactivity in networked applications.
Resolution and HDR Metadata Management – Specify resolutions starting with 720P 50Hz, and up to 4K 60Hz. Using the MXNet Mentor software, you can specify whether you want to retain HDR metadata regardless of resolution.
Data Window – This is a built-in mini OLED screen mounted to every single Encoder unit, displaying critical information that makes set up and troubleshooting a much easier task. The Data Window displays the IP address and the MAC address, or you can modify the name using MXNet Mentor to display custom names such as LG-OLED-TV, WEST-BAR-12, TW-PROJ-3, etc. You have up to 12 characters available to use for your custom name.
Full External Light Control – Our integrators pride themselves on their work, so don’t let a small blue, green, red, or yellow light ruin your perfectly engineered viewing room. When you install an Encoder in a discreet location, you have the option to turn off ALL the lights on the device - including network link lights - as well as the Data Window OLED light. This allows you to install the Encoder, and once you know everything is working, you can eliminate any light outputted from the device. This way, the end-user will never even know it’s there.
Control Signal Routing – Both RS-232 and IR signals can be direct routed to the AC-MXNET-1G-D Decoder. When you route these signals through a network switch, you can specify an Encoder from which to send these control signals.
USB and KVM Support – Each Decoder unit has two USB 2.0 ports. You may also connect a USB hub if needed to expand the number of USB ports. Connect and route any USB signals back to the Encoder Host. Use the MXNet Mentor software to specify the Host Encoder, and the upstream USB device connected the selected Decoder.