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High-performance HD and 4K encoding and decoding

Our CineLink family of 4K and HD IP encoders and decoders leverage your existing network infrastructure to create a flexible, scalable AV/IP platform. Controlled by CineNet video wall software – the same user-friendly platform that controls your video wall system –CineLink encoders and decoders allow you to route virtually any content source (like workstations, laptops, and cameras) to any video wall controller or display on your network.

CineLink 4K Encoders and Decoders

CineLink 4K Encoders and Decoders

CineLink 4K multi-channel encoders and decoders support up to 4 streams of high-quality, low-latency video per unit. This system is ideal for enterprise organizations needing to share large volumes of content – or any team wanting to augment their video wall system with IP video sources.

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CineLink HD Encoders and Decoders

CineLink HD Encoders and Decoders

CineLink HD single-channel HD encoders and decoders enable high-quality, low-latency content streaming and display. The CineLink HD system can be used in control rooms, conference rooms, and other environments where HD encoding and decoding is needed.

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Benefits of an AV/IP System

Fewer cable runs

Rather than running physical cables to connect each input source to your video wall controller, an AV/IP system leverages your existing network infrastructure to route content to your video wall system. This networked approach reduces costly cabling work and potential points of failure.

Software-based configuration and control

By removing the constraints of physical cabling, networked AV offers a flexible, software-based approach to configuring your visualization system. Since any encoder can be routed to any decoder, users can work through a simple software interface to route content sources to desired controllers and displays.

Highly flexible and scalable

With a networked AV solution, your visualization system is no longer confined to a single room or facility: you can extend it across the network to include content sources, video wall controllers, displays, and colleagues anywhere in the world.

“Plug & play” approach

Because AV/IP solutions support automatic device detection and configuration, you can easily add content sources and displays to your networked AV system. Multiple displays in different rooms or facilities can display the same content source simultaneously without needing splitters, amplifiers or other additional hardware.


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