SVS-8 Streaming Video System
THE SVS-8 STREAMING VIDEO SYSTEM
The Streaming Video System (SVS-8) is a compact, hardware-based solution to decode compressed video streams on a Jupiter display wall, or in standalone applications. The SVS-8 supports a mixture of camera, NVR, and DVR vendors, including installations with mixed transport and encoding methods.
Supported video encoding standards include MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, and MJPEG. The SVS-8 supports unicast and multicast streams, as well as the RTP, RTCP, RTSP, SAP, TCP, and UDP protocols, among others.
A FUTURE-PROOF COMBINATION OF POWER AND FLEXIBILITY
Streaming video solutions and encoding devices are evolving rapidly, providing a dizzying array of choices. Installations are frequently transitioning between standards and/or vendors. With the SVS-8, Jupiter has created the perfect solution for installations that need to support the widest variety of encoding standards and vendors possible, while maintaining the flexibility to incorporate new capabilities as future needs dictate.
The SVS-8 is a 1U rackmountable device, driven by multiple SoC (system on chip) processors which are able to independently decode a wide variety of streaming video formats at full resolution and full frame rate. The programmable SoC architecture allows for future enhancements, as well as the addition of new encoding standards and transport protocols.
TWO SVS-8 MODELS SUPPORT ALMOST ANY APPLICATION
The SVS-8 Standard (SVS-8) connects directly to a network and decodes compressed network video streams into standard composite video, in either the NTSC or PAL format. The SVS-8 works in concert with a Jupiter Fusion or Fusion Catalyst display wall processor,
or as part of a PixelNet display system and is tightly integrated into each environment, providing access to network-based video streams in real time.
The SVS-8 Standalone Model (SVS-8 SAM) is designed for use where having a truly universal streaming network video decoder is required to drive DVRs, video monitors, or other devices that can accept a composite video signal. With an easy to use web-based configuration and control interface, setting up an SVS-8 SAM is a snap, and its ability to support a wide variety of vendors and encoding standards ensures that even the most heterogeneous environments can be managed by a single device.