DESIGNED FOR DEMANDING ISR APPLICATIONS
Air, Ground or Sea
The Makito XCR addresses the most demanding Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) video challenges by delivering H.264 video with metadata.
This encoder can support two or four input video channels; in four channel mode, each channel can support up to 1080p30, and in two channel mode, each channel can support up to 1080p60. The Makito XCR also supports constrained data links found in the most challenging operating environments by reducing the spatial resolution of the video without affecting image aspect ratios.
The Makito XCR is ideal for installations on-board manned aerial, unmanned aerial, naval and ground platforms where video and metadata are transmitted over Terrestrial, LOS or satellite (BLOS) networks to operations and exploitation centers.
Suitable for emergency aid and disaster recovery efforts, the Makito XCR is ideal for streaming live video from sensor-equipped platforms to first-responders and emergency dedicated networks or Operations Centers.
latency in the industry
With up to 4 inputs and 8 encoding engines, the Makito XCR carries forward the strong heritage of the Makito family with features designed to address the most demanding video applications.
Two different bitrate (resolution/frame rate) H.264 streams can be produced simultaneously from the same source. The Makito XCR allows for scaling and frame rate settings to be adjusted on-the-fly, should controls be established from data rate sensing systems.
The excellent picture quality at low bandwidth and the lowest end-to-end latency in the industry makes the Makito XCR encoder ideally suited for mission-critical ISR applications.
MISB COMPLIANT KLV
The Makito XCR supports industry standard MISB-compliant Key-Length-Value (KLV) metadata transport within the MPEG-2 transport stream. Metadata is captured via serial port, Ethernet or the SDI-VANC embedded input video.
KLV is transported using the MISB 0604.2 defined asynchronous or synchronous formats. KLV and video synchronization is achieved by leveraging the MPEG-2 transport stream Presentation Timestamps (PTS) allowing receivers to resynchronize the metadata with the video.
Additionally, the Makito XCR supports Cursor-on-Target (CoT) metadata which is converted into standard KLV format.
Makito X Series Guide & Datasheet
POWERED BY SRT
Secure Reliable Transport
Haivision’s Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) technology provides end-to-end security, resiliency and dynamic endpoint adjustment based on real-time network conditions to deliver the best video quality at all times.
With SRT, you can optimize video streaming across unpredictable networks, like the Internet, by assuring quality-of-service when faced with packet loss, jitter, latency, and fluctuating bandwidth.
SRT offers significant operational flexibility and cost savings over (or compared to) satellite or custom network infrastructures.