A national preview is organized by Prase Media Technologies Wednesday, December 14 in Milan, at D Loft. A well-rounded, complex and interesting event
Not only a technical presentation, but an event with several layers, organized by Prase Media Technologies to launch in Italy the new Tesira LUX, innovative product that extends the well-known family of Tesira media systems for digital audio network management. Tesira is based to AVB protocol (Audio Video Bridging), but it is only now, with Tesira LUX, that the “V” of this acronym actually takes on meaning. In fact, with this new product, bursts into Tesira world the 4K video signal management as well as audio, for a decisive breakthrough of the product, which becomes in effect a Network Media Platform.
Tesira LUX works with AVB/TSN (Time Sensitive Network) protocol, and is therefore a suitable solution for all delay-sensitive applications. The latency of Tesira system is two frames at 60Hz, or – said in more intuitive terms – about 33 milliseconds.
The focal point is that this delay, already very low, includes all major operations that the equipment must perform, including scaling both incoming and outgoing, and including, especially, the network transit. In short, Tesira LUX provides a fixed delay, which already provides for the network transit.
For video, it was chosen the M-JPEG compression format. Tesira LUX supports HDCP 2.2 Pro, the new standard for content protection that guarantees unlimited devices, while in version 2.2 there is the known limit of 32 devices on the network, and 10-HDR (High Dynamic Range).
The platform is divided into two parts: T-LUX IDH-1 is the encoder, while T-LUX OH-1 is the decoder.
In addition to the very detailed presentation of Tesira LUX, for which they collaborated Luca Battistelli of Prase Media Technologies and Johannes Kampert, Biamp Systems International Manager, the event was also attended by Maurizio Argentieri, internationally renowned sound designer who spoke about the audio work in film and unveiled some images of “The Girl of Nagasaki”, fascinating film experiment by the fashion photographer Michel Comte.
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