Galileo Wall Processor Encoding Option Now Available
RGB Spectrum announces the availability of a new encoding option for the award-winning Galileo display wall processor. The new input/output card for the Galileo system allows the user to select any content available to the processor to be encoded as an IP stream for transmission across the network. This unique capability permits operators to push any content anywhere in the world right from the display wall processor – no external encoder is required.
The new Galileo IP4K-E card offers both encoding and decoding of IP streams up to 4K resolution. The user can selectively stream the entire video wall, creating a wall mimic, or any portion of the video wall. In addition, any baseband video source available to the processor can be converted to an IP stream even if it is not displayed on the video wall.
Advanced options allow IT administrators the control they need to ensure the encoded video streams meet their needs. Parameters such as resolution, H.264 profile, GOP length, and bit rate can be set, allowing each stream to be tailored to specific network demands. Multiple networks can also be accommodated by adding additional I/O cards.
Supporting multiple walls and individual displays, Galileo video wall solutions offer unmatched flexibility of input and output possibilities demanded by today’s video-centric world.
For more information, contact your RGB Spectrum Regional Sales Manager, rgb.com/contact.