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nablet upgrades its mediaEngine solution to ST 2110 thanks to DELTACAST video I/O

We are happy to announce our cooperation with DELTACAST on the integration of DELTACAST ST 2110 I/O cards into nablet mediaEngine.

nablet mediaEngine is a file and live transcoder that supports all open standard broadcast, production and streaming formats and interfaces, like NDI and SDI, and other ones. It includes the market-leading nablet software codecs for XDCAM, XAVC and other formats, as well as a highly optimized processing engine that can handle several tasks in parallel, just as using AI for image processing, HDR conversion, MXF normalization and many more.

The DELTA-IP-2110 10 is a high-quality capture board that supports 10-Bit uncompressed video over IP on a single 10GbE interface. It can capture up to four simultaneous 1080p video channels over a single 10GbE interface, with ST2110-20 (video), ST2110-30 (audio) and ST2110-40 (ANCs) elementary essences, and offers a second input for ST 2022-7 redundancy. DELTACAST provides solutions to interoperability issues and standards evolution to IP through a unified SDK and new products.

DELTACAST is known for highest industry standards, where lowest possible latency and highest quality are not being discussible”, says Alexander Bashlykov, head of PM at nablet. “The integration of DELTA-IP-2110 helps us to provide a new Interface to feed our mediaEngine with uncompressed Video via 2110. It provides impressive data rates over IP and is the ideal solution to provide an easy transition for our customers from SDI to IP workflows.

nablet mediaEngine is an all-in-one solution for encoding/transcoding and media processing”, says Gerald Olivier, Head of Product Marketing at DELTACAST. “Using nablet mediaEngine together with our ST 2110 I/O cards allows end-to-end solutions with Video-over-IP without changing the underlying video engine. Combining DELTA-IP-2110 with mediaEgine, developers can bring in powerful and low-latency encoding solutions which can be seamlessly integrated within ST 2110 ecosystems”.