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Audinate unleashes new variants

Audinate unleashes new variants

Audinate unleashes new variants

With Dante Video TX and Dante Video Viewer, Audinate has added two new tools to its Dante Studio software to further advance AV production capabilities. As an application within the Dante AV ecosystem, Dante Studio integrates PC applications with AV-over-IP. Created to provide a complete networkable AV workflow, the Dante Video TX virtual transmitter works with the standalone Dante Video Viewer application to monitor video signals coming from products on the AV network, bypassing the need for a dedicated video-related application. Promoting ease of use and reliability, Dante Studio brings Dante AV Ultra and Dante AV-H into AV production workflows. Capable of monitoring all Dante AV cameras and sources on a network, Dante Studio allows the use of high-resolution, low-latency Dante AV video directly in AV production applications, such as OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) or platforms such as Teams and Zoom.

By adopting Dante Video TX, a Dante video stream can be transmitted directly from a PC by capturing the Windows display output, for sharing on the entire PC screen as a Dante AV flow to the network. Capable of supporting 4K video, the receiving Dante Video RX channel enables Windows PCs to receive video from any Dante AV-enabled source. Dante Video RX and TX supports 1080p resolution, 60fps and system timing and synchronisation, together with separate routing of video and audio elements.

In addition, Audinate has expanded Dante AV variants with new partners for different streaming bandwidths to deliver networked video over standard Gigabit networks. Designed for broadcast applications requiring the lowest latency and completely synchronised audio and video, the original Dante AV module has been renamed Dante AV Ultra and is the highest-performing solution in the new Dante AV family.

Providing the opportunity for OEMs to incorporate Dante control into existing H.264-based IP video product designs, Audinate has developed the Dante AV-H software solution. As one of the most used compression standards today, H.26x is available on products that use H.26x codecs available on most Systems on a Chip (SoC).  

Dante AV-H allows OEMs to incorporate Dante control into existing H.26x-based IP video product designs, including PTZ cameras, encoders and decoders using Dante Domain Manager. It integrates Dante audio into AV-over-IP products, for independently routing audio and video to wherever it is needed using Dante Controller software. All Dante AV family products use a single application to manage both audio and video for enhanced ease of use. Interoperable with more than 3,500 Dante products on the market, Dante AV can be separated into routable streams for audio and video, making integration with sound and recording systems simpler. 

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