The QIP-D IPTV decoder & controller, exhibited earlier this month inside the Contemporary Research InfoComm 2018 booth, includes integrated display control, accepts MPG2 and H.264 signals, is compatible with unicast and multicast, and goes with QIP encoders to create the Venue Vizion IPTV system.
The QIP-D accepts MPEG2 or H.264 single program or multiple program transport streams and is compatible with unicast/multicast UDP & RTP streams. It also decodes and receives MP12, AAC, and AC-3 audio.
Other QIP-D features:
- HDMI output and video scaling from 480i to 4K
- Select channels, volume, and power from the front panel control, handheld IR remote, or external control system
- Control power and source selection on the connected display device when used with an ICE-HE-DXL Display Control Center, Display Express, or a third-party control system
- A channel list of programs can be uploaded from PC running free CR Toolbox software
Learn more in the video above
More on Venue Vizion IPTV System from Contemporary Research:
Venue Vizion IPTV was modeled after CR’s easy to use RF coax video distribution solution with display control, Venue Vizion.
The AV over IP video solution includes the QIP-D IPTV Decoder/Controllers, ICE-HE-DXL Display Control Center and QIP IPTV Encoders. Rack-ready, preset, and operational out-of-the-box, Venue Vizion IPTV is cost effective, easy to install, simple to maintain,and can be utilized in various applications. Venue Vizion IPTV distributes 8 IP streams and 20 displays but can be scaled to accommodate larger projects.
In addition to showing off its IPTV products, Contemporary Research also discussed new features added to the 232-ATSC Tuner Series. The company says the new and improved product is available this July.
The 2018 Contemporary Research InfoComm booth marks the 21st year the company has exhibited at the show. View this video to see president and chief engineer talk about Contemporary Research’s history at the largest AV trade show in North America.