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BASELINK 5G PORTABLE LIVE STREAMING ENCODER LAUNCHED Vislink


CREATE & PRODUCE BY MICHAEL BURNS


Vislink has released the Mobile Viewpoint BaseLink 5G, a bonded cellular and 5G mobile encoder for remote production and live streaming applications. The latest addition to the BaseLink range supports up to six 5G modems to maximise available bandwidth and offer high-quality, low-latency video streaming. It features two Ethernet ports to expand in-venue connectivity options,


BaseLink 5G supports up to six 5G modems to maximise available bandwidth


access to wide-band internet for production crews, and direct connection to cloud-based content storage. It also offers increased local storage within the unit, allowing store-and-forward of high-resolution video content.


The unit comes in ruggedised aluminium housing to withstand challenging operating conditions. BaseLink 5G also supports the latest video GPUs that will power the next generation of encoders capable of delivering sub-second


delay and virtual zero latency applications.


The combination of adaptive video encoding technology, along with bonding of multiple mobile networks, guarantees that video can be live streamed,


TEMPEST OFFERS SCALABLE AUDIO PROCESSING Solid State Logic


CREATE & PRODUCE BY DAVID FOX


New from SSL is its System T TE1 and TE2 Tempest Engines alongside its latest System T V3.1 software. This introduces pay-as-you-go licensing, while delivering enhanced third- party device control on top of advanced AoIP routing technology.


The new software enables operators using the TE1 and TE2 scalable DSP engines


to fl exibly scale processing capabilities according to their specifi c broadcast production requirements. Software licences for fi ve different processing packs, defi ned by the total number of mono All-Paths equivalent channels supported (from 85 to 800), are available to users as perpetual or short-term, time-based rental upgrades. TE1 supports Processing Pack 1 (140 paths) or 2 (256 paths) while TE2 supports all fi ve packs, from 140 to 800 paths at 48kHz, or 85 to 500 paths at 96kHz. TE1 is equivalent to the original T25 engine for System T,


whether over fi xed, WiFi, 3G, 4G or 5G connections. Mickey Miller, CEO of Vislink, said: “BaseLink 5G is ideal for broadcasters and content creators everywhere who want a professional live streaming solution that can be set up and deployed easily and at relatively low cost. These users have an ever-increasing need to generate high-quality live video to stay competitive, but don’t always have the means to produce and stream their own unique content. The BaseLink 5G product allows any content owner to become their own online streaming platform, as well as distributing to YouTube and other platforms.”


SSL’s new System T TE2 (top) and TE1 scalable digital signal processing engines


which offered a maximum of 256 paths, while TE2 matches the previous 800-path T80 engine. The two new engines and fi ve processing packs expand beyond those confi gurations


to offer a wider variety of channel path capacities that align with a broader range of applications and budgets. System T V3.1 provides alerts and warnings as any


processing pack licence nears its expiration. The new SSL licensing platform enables users to retrieve licences as required and seamlessly add them to their console systems.


OTA AND OTT MONITORING IN COMPLETE SYNCHRONICITY Actus Digital


MANAGE


monitoring and compliance logging features.


BY DAVID FOX


The new OTT Synchro and Delivery Synchro packages from Actus Digital offer simplifi ed but sophisticated tools for multi- viewer monitoring and quality assurance of multi-rendition OTT streams and over-the-air linear content at multi probe points in the video delivery chain. Ken Rubin, SVP, Actus Digital, said: “Media and entertainment companies lose revenue when


The GUI for Actus Digital’s new Synchro monitoring and QA tools


quality issues disrupt a viewer’s OTT experience. This makes maintaining quality across all devices paramount.”


The company claims that the systems offer “extremely low cost of entry” for ultra- reliable core quality assurance


The Actus OTT Synchro platform organises many adaptive bitrate renditions, providing immediate notifi cation of quality issues as well as multi- viewer identifi cation of those affected renditions. Actus Delivery Synchro identifi es the locations where quality is impacted in the delivery chain and immediately alerts engineers, enabling them to quickly pinpoint and resolve issues.


The Actus platform is now said to offer seamless integration


with AI partners, enabling advanced AI-based workfl ows and automation use cases. The Actus Clip Factory Pro system enables advanced editing and automated clip stitching, with publishing to social media and digital platforms, while Actus AdWatch matches commercials and content from a database against multiple channels with automatic fi ltering and report generation. Actus L-MAM meanwhile can handle ingest, archive, metadata integration, content management, automated transcoding and publishing.


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