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In this episode of Techsplanation 2.0 by JB&A, host Nick Smith speaks with Matrox Video Product Manager Catherine Koutsaris on tech trends and security in the AV and broadcast markets.

This guide provides an overview of IP KVM technology and explains the top five things to consider when evaluating high-performance IP KVM extenders for Broadcast control rooms.

Do you want to learn more about IPMX but don’t know where to start? Well, you’ve come to the right place. In our IPMX FAQs page, you will learn about the basics of IPMX, how it benefits the AV and Broadcast industries, why it’s important, and more. 

SMPTE ST 2110 is a set of standards for professional media over IP networks. The standards define how video, audio, and ancillary data are transported over IP networks in a manner that ensures synchronization and quality of service. 

A KVM over IP extender allows you to remotely access, monitor, and control multiple systems from a single workstation or operator console. In this article, we explore the key benefits of IP KVM extenders and the industries who use the technology.

Digital signage is a simple and cost-effective way to reach a large number of customers and employees while increasing sales and enhancing the customer experience. In this article, we explain the three fundamental components needed to create a visually pleasing and informative digital signage display. 

When you watched our webinar How to Easily Manage your AV Network with Maximum Flexibility, you saw firsthand how Matrox ConvertIP transmitters/receivers can help overcome the limitations of complex, expensive, and proprietary IP platforms. You had questions, and our specialists wanted to give you the answers.

In this guide we explore key market trends and areas of future opportunity, the benefits and challenges of leveraging a remote production model, and how the right solution gives broadcasters the flexibility to cover more live events with less resources.

Remote production – also referred to as REMI, REMote Integration, or at-home production – is a workflow in which live event content is captured and sent via IP links to a centralized production facility where the final program is produced and distributed. In this article, we describe the difference between in-studio and cloud-based production.

In this guide, you will learn about the representation of color in a video setting and the differences between common color models.

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