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In this FAQ, you will find answers to some basic questions about KVM extenders. Read on to learn about what they are, how they work, where they are used, their benefits, the maximum distance that signals can be extended, and more.


Les producteurs d’événements en direct peuvent maintenant effectuer à petit prix une capture à l’image près, synchronisée et multicanal de leurs événements, sous forme de fichiers H.264, MOV ou AVI compatibles avec les systèmes de montage non linéaire (NLE).


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AV over IP stands for “Audio-Visual over Internet Protocol”. Essentially, it is the transmission of audio-visual data over a network such as a LAN, WAN, or the internet. As opposed to traditional AV environments, AV over IP (also known as AV/IP) refers to the use of standard network equipment to transmit and switch video and audio.

Encoding refers to converting captured video and/or rendered PC graphics into a digital format that helps facilitate recording, moving, multiplying, sharing, altering, or otherwise manipulating the video content for editing, transport, and viewing. 

This guide provides an overview of KVM extension technology and explains the main points to be noted when evaluating KVM extenders. It also highlights the critical role that KVM extenders play in many environments, their benefits, the primary types of connections available with KVM extenders, and the characteristics of various transmission mediums.

Organizations running critical systems for control or monitoring need a high availability strategy for continuous operation. This strategy puts in place redundancies and failover mechanisms to help them recover quickly in the event of a system failure. Matrox® Extio 3 IP KVM extenders offer several essential features that help organizations to build redundancy and fault tolerance into their installations, and remove single point of failures that disrupt operations.