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Hybrid Routing and Advanced Hybrid Processing Considerations in Real World Applications

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Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 01-05-2013
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Create DateFebruary 11, 2015
Last UpdatedApril 16, 2015

Routing, in a broadcast environment, has always involved the routing of video and its associated audio. Some years ago, this meant almost exclusively SD, with an associated discrete stereo audio signal. Routing was relatively simple – a separate router for each signal type, two levels to control, and on occasion a need to synchronize some signals.

It’s clear that embedding audio tracks into the video signal simplifies the transport of the associated signals, but for production applications the two signal types still need to be separated.

This white paper discusses what the requirements of an advanced hybrid routing system. It also discusses signals vs. formats in relation to Video - Coax vs Fiber.

 


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Hybrid Routing and Advanced Hybrid Processing Considerations in Real World Applications