The Basics of Video

No matter what the commercial venue, the core issue of video is getting sources to outputs.  The sources can be satellite receivers in a sports bar, HDMI or VGA inputs in a conference room, media players for ad generation or information in a retail environment or school, or a camera for live streaming over the internet.  Outputs are usually monitors, which come in many different forms such as standard TVs, video walls, LED displays or projectors.  However, outputs can also be the fore-mentioned PC or Mac to stream live to the internet.  The issue in the industry has always been how to move video from one source to multiple outputs and how to select a different source which may go to different outputs—essentially, finding the best way to move sources to outputs in an easy-to-control manner and maintaining the original quality of a source. This is no longer an issue with EAV tailored to suit network video solutions. Whatever your video requirements: EAV will design the optimal system to accommodate not only your current requirements but that of the next gen of tech that’s always around the corner.

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Video network system

Network video uses a standard IP network to route and distribute all kinds of sources to all kinds of outputs. The premise behind network video is that it’s an a la carte system.

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