[Inter BEE 2016 TV] ALVIX Proposes Broadcasting Devices Such as Video/Audio Monitoring Systems, IP On-Demand Monitoring, and Next-Generation Broadcasting Systems
ALVIX is exhibiting at Inter Bee 2016, held at Makuhari Messe for three days between November 16 (Wed.) and November 18th (Fri.). They will be showing their proposals for a variety of broadcasting-related devices from video/audio monitoring systems to IP on-demand monitoring and next-generation broadcasting systems.
The new products they will be showing are as follows.
Their "video on-demand monitoring device" connects to a video on-demand service and displays multiple content elements in sections on a single screen. By combing with other units, between 10 to 70 channels of VOD can be played simultaneously. There are two output systems. Errors in playback video (black screen, freezing) or audio (silence) content are detected, and that state can be trap-notified or internally linked to display a tally.
Their multiviewer model MV-600 has up to 32 channels of input and can output to two screens both with completely different layouts. Some pattern examples are two-way output of 16-segment screens, two-way output of an 8-segment and 24-segment screen, or one-way output of a 32-segment screen.
Two units can also be connected together in cascade to enable two-way input of up to 64 channels. NTP server and LTC input are also supported, with simultaneous display of an analog or digital clock. Up to eight layout patterns can be set per output. Channel names support Shift JIS (First Standard) encoded characters. You can also display text, tallies, etc. in a comments window in addition to the segmented display.
They will also be exhibiting a demo of their new low-latency send/receive system, planned for release next spring. It will be backwards compatible with previous models. This model greatly improves the recovery speed when image quality and packets are corrupted.
In addition to the above products, they will also be showing others such as their BBD-200 synchronization signal phase comparison monitoring device, OnAir monitoring device (winner of the National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan's
Technical Excellence Award in 2016), and VAD-F2000 real-time video/audio error comparison monitoring device.
959-0214 Niigata-ken, Tsubame-shi, Yoshidahokkedo 1974-1
Exhibition Category/Hall/Booth Number
Video Production, Broadcasting Equipment Category / Hall 5 / 5003