NetVIDxs Network (SDI Encoder)
The NetVIDxs Network>SDI decoder is a member of the ITS complete line of network video JPEGxs products; NetVIDxs. The NetVIDxs Decoder (NVD1000) receives an Ethernet real-time protocol (RTP) data stream via 100/1000 RJ45 LAN input or an SPF 10G fiber input. The NVD1000 will decode 1 4K video stream at 30 or 60 fps (12G), four 1080p video streams at 30 or 60 fps (3G), four 720p/60 video streams, or a 720/1080 high-speed video stream frame rates up to 240 fps. The nature of the output is determined by the configuration and video inputs of the companion NVE1000. The NVD1000 recreates and outputs the SDI signals received by the encoder including restoration of the Microsecond Timestamps, AES audio packets, payload packets, and SMPTE 291M KLV packets located in the HANC and VANC space of each frame. These packets of data are restored to the frames in which they originated.
The NVD1000 is capable of adding a contemporaneous overlay of user text during decode and may also be configured to extract, parse, scale and overlay human-readable KLV data at user-specified viewing locations anywhere on the frame in real-time The NVD1000 may also be configured to stream as text records the extracted KLV metadata to its connected ethernet port for file capture.
The NVD1000 time master may be synchronized to an internal 12-channel GPS, network time (PTP; IEEE1588V2), NTP, and an IRIG B reference. When synchronized, the NVE time master is held to within 100 nS the selected time reference. Multiple references may be applied, and each given a priority should synchronization to the currently selected source be lost (automatic failover). When synchronized to a suitable time reference, the NVD1000 can dynamically measure end-to-end latency from input to the NVE1000 encoder to the origination of the SDI output at the NVD1000 decoder.
An embedded web server supports setup and monitoring of status.