September 1, 2021


HDR High Dynamic Range (HDR) video is a technology that offers improved brightness, color accuracy, and adds more detailed contrasts and a richer range of colors in comparison to SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) video. HDR improves image fidelity with either static or dynamic metadata for contribution and display. HDR video relies on a 10-bit color space, Rec.2020, to deliver a [...]

January 20, 2021

Hitless Failover

Hitless Failover Hitless failover (sometimes called hitless protection switching or seamless network switching,) increases the reliability of a live video stream by routing it over more than one network path. This prevents disruption to the live stream in the event of network congestion or failure. With hitless failover, a live stream is sent over two or more network paths simultaneously. Each [...]

August 27, 2018

H.264 Video Compression

H.264 Video Compression Get a more detailed explanation of H.264 and its applications in this video.  H.264 is a well-known video compression standard for high-definition digital video. Also known as MPEG-4 Part 10 or Advanced Video Coding (MPEG-4 AVC), H.264 is defined as a block-oriented, compensation-based video compression standard that defines multiple profiles (tools) and levels (max bitrates and resolutions). This [...]

August 27, 2018

High Definition (HD)

High Definition (HD) High Definition (or HD) refers to video that is of higher resolution and quality than standard-definition video. The definition of video, in general, refers to the number of pixels in a given display. A pixel is the smallest visible element on a display. With HD video, there are more  pixels packed into a display, producing a sharper, [...]

August 27, 2018


HDMI In the simplest terms, HDMI (or ‘High-Definition Multimedia Interface’), is a standard used to connect high-definition video devices. In more detail, it is a proprietary interface for audio and video that transmits uncompressed video data and compressed or uncompressed digital audio data from a HDMI compliant source device to another compatible device (such as a digital television, computer monitor, [...]