Rohde & Schwarz will showcase its 4K Venice ingest and production server at this year’s National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas April 11-16. In live demonstrations, the company will also show how its current generation of transmitters can significantly lower operating costs.
Rohde & Schwarz supports high-resolution 4K transmissions with its comprehensive range of products, including solutions for post production, ingest, storage, playout, encoding and multiplexing, as well as transmitters and T&M instruments for developing 4K consumer electronics equipment. In 2014, Rohde & Schwarz played a role in many 4K transmissions. In mid-November, a the R&S AVHE100 live encoder took care of data compression during the live UHD broadcast of the Linkin Park concert via satellite from Berlin – a world premiere.
At this year's NAB, Rohde & Schwarz will introduce an enhancement of the R&S Venice. The R&S Venice 4K server, presented as a technological preview, is specifically intended for use in 4K studio production workflows.
Rohde & Schwarz will use the R&S Clipster mastering station to present a complete interoperable master format workflow including closed captions. The IMF will show users an extremely convenient way out of the existing labyrinth of multilingual versions.