BitFire Supports AES67 Synchronization, Channel Mapping

BitFire announces a major update to the BitFire Media Platform, adding support for AES67 audio synchronization with SDI video, channel mapping for each individual output, and cross-conversion of interlaced HD video to progressive scan, as well as the reverse.

Here’s a look at each of these new features in detail:

AES67 Workflow Improvements

  • In-Out Synchronization with SDI: TheBitFire Media Platform adds support for new AES67 workflows to enable users to send audio encoded from either SDI or other AES67 flows, and play it out as embedded HD-SDI or AES67, while maintaining perfect sync between audio and video.
  • Flexible Channel Mapping: This new feature allows users to set unique individual output channel maps for each receiver. Plus, individual channels can be mapped to multiple destinations without signal loss or down-scaling. Additionally, the BitFire Media Platform exclusively supports channel mapping on both encoded and decoded feeds, allowing both unique channel mappings at each destination (SDI, MPEG-TS, RTMP, etc..), even from the same source.

BitFire has added up-down cross-conversion of video resolutions and scanning, allowing users to convert between various formats such as 1080p, 720p, 1080i, and more.

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