MPEG-2 HD Encoder Eval Kit



Evaluation kits are the fastest way to get started using our high-performance all-hardware codecs. After evaluation, the kits can be used for product development, and full schematics can be licensed if you later wish to design your own hardware.

Compression Standard : MPEG-2
Codec Function : Encoding
Max. Resolution : Up to FHD/1080p (1920x1080)
Max. Framerate : Up to 60 FPS (60/59.94, 50/49.95, ...)
Audio Capability : AAC, MPEG2-LayerII Audio
Precision : 8 bits per channel
Latency : Zero Latency (0.25ms)
Product Components
  • VTR-S1000 Encoder Carrier Board
  • Specifications
    Codec Function : Encoding
    I/O Ports :
    • ···1x 3G SDI in/out
    • ···1x HDMI-1.4a in (micro)
    • ···1x HDMI-1.4a out
    • ···1x Ethernet 100/1000mbps
    • ···1x USB-mini (UART API)
  • Documents
$ 3,082.00
Eval Kit

Customers are advised to consider also purchasing an associated Decoder Eval Kit, for example the MPEG-2 HD Decoder Eval Kit (DC-VA-MPEG2-8B-60-1080-EV-ZL) for lowest-latency end-to-end product evaluation and testing.

Learn More

MPEG-2 is the first-generation MPEG Codec Specification. Although the MPEG-2 compression efficiency has been largely superceded by the newer H.264 and H.265 standards, many organizations still rely on on the MPEG-2 standard.
An encoding system receives raw video from a camera/player/PC and transmit Transport/Program/Elementary Stream(s) to a destination over UDP.
1080p Full-HD Codecs (FHD) are optimized to process frames up to 1920 pixels wide and 1080 pixels high. Resolutions exceeding these limits may be prepared by special request.
60fps supports frame-rates up to 60fps including FPS/1.001 (59.95, 49.95, etc.)
Video-Audio Codecs process both video and audio data. Audio data is encoded/decoded as AAC or MPEG2-LayerII.
8 bits
8-bit is the most common color precision. A balance of compression and quality, sufficient for most applications.
Zero Latency
The zero-latency line produce the minimum latency. ZL cores encode/decode data at approximately 0.25ms at 60fps. An end-to-end latency of less than 1/4 of a frame is achieable under controlled conditions. 1-1.5 frame latency is achievable under normal conditions.

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