New technology: low latency, broadcast quality, long-range wireless camera back system used in sports, news, reality TV, and live events
Wireless video systems used to have quite a bit of latency, as much as 2-6 frames, causing all sorts of audio lip sync and video delay issues. But now, the newest wireless video systems have just 7 milli-seconds latency (much less than a frame!) and use industry standard H.264 encoding – which means lip sync issues are solved and switching between various cameras and sources is seamless.
Here are two way to find out more about how to stop missing crucial shots…
We’ve had a lot of questions about this new technology from “Just 7 milli-seconds, is that for real?!” to “How can I solve the lip sync issues we are dealing with at live events,” and more. Get the guide and find out more.
New low latency, long-range wireless camera technology for broadcast
Why super low latency (7ms delay) is needed in a wireless system
How to connect different venues together (e.g. stadium, tunnel, locker room, tailgaters)
Find out why you need dynamic frequency hopping
Why 40 Mbps throughput is needed for superior video quality
Join our webinar to learn more about live wireless broadcast, how the new low latency systems really work, adaptive modulation, adaptive bitrate, and more.
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