At ISE 2020, Kramer will debut the KDS-10 transceiver that’s 4K@60Hz (4:4:4) for AV-over-IP, and it includes something called Multiview for Picture-in-Picture and Picture-aside-Picture display. KDS-10 uses H.264/H.265 compression. The KDS-10 uses H.265 High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) encoding, which uses approximately 50% less bandwidth than H.264. This bidirectional transceiver supports up to 3840×2160 picture resolution at a 60-Hz frame rate.
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, allowing for screen adjustments, remote management and remote services. It supports standard Ethernet network operation up to 1Gbit/s, making it an ideal solution for clients who want to leverage existing networks.
Here is more information about Kramer’s ISE plans.