Video over IP is a term used to describe capturing a standard video source (i.e. HDMI) and using a codec to convert the video signal into a digital bitstream, that can be carried on a standard IP network, as a stream of standard packets. This course speaks to how this is accomplished, the types of codecs, and standard protocols. The course covers applications and the unique challenges, compared to standard IP traffic that is not time-critical, like the issues encountered in voice over IP, but stricter in requirement.
About the presenter:
Jonathan Brawn is a principal of Brawn Consulting, an audiovisual and digital signage consulting, educational development, and marketing firm with national exposure to major manufacturers, distributors, and integrators in the commercial audiovisual and digital signage industries. Jonathan has extensive experience in AV and digital signage systems design and integration, as well as expertise in the development of educational programs. Before joining Brawn Consulting, Jonathan was Director of Technical Services for Visual Appliances and he successfully ran his own design/build group, Brawn & Associates. Jonathan holds CTS certification and is on the senior faculty at InfoComm. He received the InfoComm 2012 Young AV Professional award. Jonathan’s work in industry standards is extensive having sat on the InfoComm PISCR (Projected Image System Contrast Ratio) task group, helping develop the industry ANSI standard for system contrast. He is currently the moderator of ISCR creating the contrast ratio standard for commercial displays.