2 HD/SD SDI + 2 HDMI Broadcast MPEG2 & H.264 1080p Encoder IPTV and ASI

H-2SDI-2HDMI-ENC
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Description Features Model Selection Specification Q&A Documents Support
Description

2 HDMI & 2 SDI HD Video Content to IPTV and ASI converter, HD Encoder IPTV and ASI

Part Number : H-2SDI-2HDMI-ENC

UDP, RTP, RTSP

Multicast, Unicast

Broadcast Live HDMI & HD/SD-SDI Video as  IPTV Channels.

Great for cable TV companies for ASI video contribution

Features
  • Convert 2 HDMI & 2 SDI HD Video Content programs to IPTV and ASI
  • Any 2 HDMI & 2 SDI Inputs up to 720p/1080i/1080p
  • Licensed HDMI inputs
  • 2 HDMI  and 2 BNC cables FREE
  • Support DD AC3 (2.0/5.1/7.1) passthrough(for HDMI interface only)
  • Support CC (Closed Caption) EIA608,and EIA708 on SDI’s
  • Fully IP control and Network Management through browser
  • Front Panel LCD local control   
  • IPTV Output Unicast or Multicast IGMP UDP/RTP/RTSP
  • ASI Output with multiplexer cherry picking
  • Dolby AC3 Audio encoding available
  • MPEG2 Video or MPEG4 H.264 Encoding
Model Selection

H-2SDI-2HDMI-ENC     2 X HD / SD / 3G SDI + 2  X HDMI IPTV Encoder 

Specification

*All Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice

Input,Supported Resolutions

2 X HDMI  and 2 SDI

 

2 X HDMI

1280x720P 60 / 59.94 / 50 Hz

1920x1080I 60 / 59.94 / 50 Hz 

1920x1080P 60 / 59.94 / 50 Hz

2 X HD/SD-SDI

720x480 60i 59.95i

720x576 50i

1280x720P 60 / 59.94 / 50 Hz

1920x1080I 60 / 59.94 / 50 Hz

1920x1080P 60 / 59.94 / 50 Hz

Video Codecs

 MPEG-2 HD : 1.5-19.5 Mbps H.264 HD : 0.8-19.5 Mbps

Audio Codecs

 MPEG-1 Layer II Encoding
 MPEG-2 AAC Encoding
 MPEG-4 AAC Encoding

 AC3 Dolby Encoding

also:

Support DD AC3 (2.0/5.1/7.1) passthrough for HDMI interface only

Audio Sample Rate

48 kHz

Audio Bit Rates

64 kbps, 96 kbps, 128 kbps, 192 kbps, 256 kbps, 320 kbps

DVB-ASI Output

BNC Connector: 1-60 Mbps

Muxed TS  - MPTS

IPTV Output

MPEG-TS MPTS over UDP, RTP, RTSP Unicast and Multicast

4 seprate and uniqe SPTS's

1 muxed MPTS

Cables Included

Closed Captioning

2 HDMI Cables & Power Cord

CC 608  and CC 708 vias SDI only

Power Input

100-240 VAC Auto Switching
~ 20 W

Dimensions

19x17x2 19"Rack mountable 1U high

Weight

9 Pounds

Operating Temperature

32-110 F

Question and Answers
Answer:

The H-2SDI-2HDMI-ENC generates four different multicast IP addresses,
for example: CH 1 - 224.2.2.2, port 2234.

To decode the multicast IP address to the HDMI video output, you would
need to log in to each of the H-IP-HDMI devices and set the desired
multicast IP address.

This unit has an NMS PORT for setup and monitoring, as well as a DATA
port for IP Video Stream INPUT.

The network should have a DHCP server so that IP addresses can be
assigned to each decoder. Alternatively, it is even better to manually
assign static IP addresses to each one of them.

When you log in to the H-IP-HDMI, you can add a multicast IP stream
for decoding. For example, for channel #1 from the encoder, use
udp://224.2.2.2:2234.

----------------Reply 2

From the screenshot you sent me, it appears that nothing is connected to the encoder as the bit rate is showing 0 Mbps, so no stream is generated.

Regarding your question about "where the channel would be assigned to control the TVs," it is important to note that the encoder cannot control set-top boxes (STBs).

The encoder continuously sends four streams, and it is the responsibility of the decoder to tune and display the correct channel.

To control the IP decoder, you would need to connect to each one of them via NMS (Network Management System) and set the appropriate multicast IP address.

Please find attached some documentation for the encoder's IP settings and also for IP to HDMI.

---------Reply 3

Please connect the video source to the encoder.
Once you have a lock, it will start broadcasting a multicast IP stream
(streams outputted via the DATA port).

Please check the stream IP; it should be 224.2.2.2 port 2234. for ch 1

Connect the IP decoder's DATA port to the same network as the encoder.

Log in to the decoder's NMS and enter udp://224.2.2.2:2234 as a stream address .
The decoder should output HDMI video to the TV.
 

Documents
downloadh-4hd-ems-emh-user-manual.pdf
User's Manual is avalible only for logged users.
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