CineLink 4K-E-Loop encoders and CineLink 4K-D decoders are a family of multi-channel 4K IP encoders and decoders that support large volumes of high-quality video streaming and display. CineLinks can be installed anywhere on your network, creating a flexible AV/IP platform allowing any content source to be routed to any video wall processor or display. Supporting up to four channels of 4K or HD video, this scalable solution is ideal for organizations that need to stream large volumes of video – or any team wanting to augment their video wall system with IP video streams.
In situations where it is critically important to ensure redundancy, Haivision MCS also offers two Redundant Power Supply Unit options. The single density unit powers up to four CineLink 4K-EL-4, CineLink 4K-EL-2, or CineLink 4K-D devices. The dual density unit powers up to eight devices at once.
CineLink 4K units are easily configured and managed using the same user-friendly Command 360 video wall software used to manage the rest of your visualization system. With our software users view and display streams from any CineLink unit, anywhere on their network.
Teams that use an Alpha FX video wall processor, also called a controller, use CineLink 4K-E-Loop encoders to add HDMI inputs to the processor. This allows the controller to support additional content sources without requiring an expansion chassis.
CineLink 4K encoders and decoders are controlled through Command 360 video wall software – the same user-friendly platform you use to control the rest of your system. Command 360’s easy configuration tool allows you to match any encoder to any decoder. Users can connect content from any source to any video wall processor or display on that network.
Through Command 360, IP streams can be simply dragged and dropped them onto the video wall, just like local input sources.
Teams using an Alpha FX video wall controller can simply add CineLink 4K-E-Loop encoders to connect non-IP content sources to their AV/IP network.
The Command 360 interface includes a user-friendly menu in order to control encoder and decoder settings like bit-rate, color space, and more.
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