SMPTE 2022

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SMPTE 2022 is a standard from the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) that describes how to send digital video over an IP network. Video formats supported include MPEG-2 and serial digital interface[1] The standard was introduced in 2007.[2]

The standard is published in seven parts.[3]

  • ST 2022-1:2007 - Forward Error Correction for Real-Time Video/Audio Transport Over IP Networks
  • ST 2022-2:2007 - Unidirectional Transport of Constant Bit Rate MPEG-2 Transport Streams on IP Networks
  • ST 2022-3:2010 - Unidirectional Transport of Variable Bit Rate MPEG-2 Transport Streams on IP Networks
  • ST 2022-4:2011 - Unidirectional Transport of Non-Piecewise Constant Variable Bit Rate MPEG-2 Streams on IP Networks
  • ST 2022-5:2013 - Forward Error Correction for Transport of High Bit Rate Media Signals over IP Networks (HBRMT)
  • ST 2022-6:2012 - Transport of High Bit Rate Media Signals over IP Networks (HBRMT)
  • ST 2022-7:2013 - Seamless Protection Switching of SMPTE ST 2022 IP Datagrams

SMPTE 2022 is an important technology enabling the transition of broadcast systems to IP networking.[2]

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  1. ^ Matthias Laabs, SDI over IP (PDF), Institut für Rundfunktechnik, retrieved 2015-12-05 
  2. ^ a b Wes Simpson (July 9, 2013), SMPTE 2022 and the Future of Video Over IP, TV Technology, archived from the original on December 8, 2015, retrieved 2015-12-05 
  3. ^ Browse Standards, IEEE, retrieved 2015-12-05