January 22, 2024

Mobile Video Transmitter

Mobile Video Transmitter A mobile video transmitter is a compact and portable device designed to capture, encode, and transmit video content over bonded cellular networks to one or multiple destinations and is commonly used for broadcasting live events, news, and sports.   By leveraging cellular network technology, mobile video transmitters can broadcast video in real-time to a designated receiver, on-premise or in [...]

May 3, 2021

Multi Camera Synchronization

Multi-Camera Synchronization While broadcasting live events, the use of multiple cameras allows for a more engaging and dynamic viewer experience. For live broadcasts from sports stadiums or concert venues, a television producer needs to be able to seamlessly switch between video feeds depending on what angle is most suitable at a given time. Typically, a single audio stream is [...]

August 27, 2018

Media Gateway

Media Gateway Get a more detailed definition of Media Gateway and how they’re used in this video. A Media Gateway is a hardware / software device that functions as a ‘gate’ between two networks. Media Gateways are network nodes that interface with other networks often using different protocols. A gateway device could be a router, firewall, server, or any device [...]

August 23, 2018


Metadata For television broadcasting and video streaming, video metadata is used to provide information about specific video and audio streams or files, also known as essence. Metadata can either be embedded directly into the video or included as a separate file within a container such as MP4 or MKV. Metadata can include information about the entire video stream or file [...]

August 23, 2018

Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)

Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a data carrying technique for telecommunications networks. Specific to high-performance networks, MPLS uses short path labels to direct data from one network node to the next. By using this technique instead of long network addresses, this method avoids complex lookups in a routing table. Traditionally, each router in a network [...]