Synchronized Multi-Stream Transport Using RIST

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Monday, April 25 | 1:15 PM - 1:35 PM

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W307-W309
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A number of broadcast contribution applications require synchronized content decoding.  More specifically, there are a number of video sources (typically cameras), whose content needs to be transported using encoders to an equivalent number of remote decoders.  At the decoders, the playback needs to be synchronized – frames that arrive together in the decoders are required to come out together in the decoders.  Typical applications are sports and worship, where multiple camera angles are generated and need to be played in lockstep.  There are a number of products available in the market that provide such a functionality over IP, using proprietary protocols.

The Reliable Internet Stream Transport (RIST) Activity Group is completing the work on TR-06-4 Part 1, which provides an open industry specification for providing synchronized multi-stream transport.  This paper provides a technical description of the methods in the Specification, as well as some actual field performance data.


A Sub-Session Under:

IP-Based Video Facilities

Speakers

Ciro Noronha
EVP Engineering
Cobalt Digital

Session Type:
Paper Presentation