High bit rate media transport

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High bit rate media transport (HBRMT) formerly known as High bit rate audio video over IP (HBRAV-IP), is a proposed standard for data encapsulation and forward error correction (FEC) of high bit rate contribution oriented video/audio feed services, up to 3 Gbit/s over Ethernet networks. HBRMT is being developed by the SMPTE 32NF networking technology committee.[1] HBRMT is designed to incorporate both SDI uncompressed and JPEG 2000 compressed video and audio formats.[2]

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  1. ^ SMPTE 32NF Networking Technology Committee, retrieved 2010-10-10
  2. ^ TV Technology - A Lossless Season

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