Kramer just debuted the KDS-10 H.264/H.265 4K60 (4:4:4) transceiver that includes Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture display for streaming video content. The KDS-10 is equipped with H.265 high-efficiency video coding (HEVC), which uses approximately 50% less bandwidth than H.264. This video compression standard enables AV professionals to deliver 4K streaming over IP more efficiently and reliably. It is also backward-compatible with H.264, if needed.
The bi-directional transceiver supports up to 3840×2160 picture resolution at 60Hz frame rate and it can be used as either an encoder or decoder and has two HDMI inputs for encoding and decoding dual 4K30 streams.
The KDS-10 can be controlled and managed via API, Kramer Unified Enterprise AV Management platform and the Kramer Control cloud-based control and management solutions. You can see specs on it here. See all of Kramer’s ISE product introductions here.