The Q-SYS NV-32-H is a network video endpoint native to the Q-SYS Ecosystem, serving as a multi-stream, software-configurable HDMI encoder/decoder that enables network-based video distribution. Optimized for the meeting room, the NV-32-H delivers the right balance of high quality (supporting resolutions up to 4K60 4:4:4), low-latency and network-efficient video distribution across a standard gigabit infrastructure.
Features and Benefits
Streamlined video streaming integration for the Q-SYS Ecosystem: Enables native HDMI and audio distribution without additional control processors, bridges or complicated programming.
Optimized for the connected meeting space: Delivers the right balance of quality, latency, network efficiency and scalability for meeting room video applications.
Native integration and control: Simplifies setup, configuration, and firmware management and eliminates the need for advanced programming knowledge.
Unique flexibility and interoperability in a single device: The NV-32-H is software-defined as either an encoder or decoder inside Q-SYS Designer Software, and offers I/O capabilities that provide maximum design flexibility with less hardware.
Network optimized compression scheme: Q-SYS Shift™ video compression codec dynamically adjusts network bandwidth consumption based on video content, affording massive network savings for common meeting room content without compromising on full-motion video content.
Simultaneous streaming: With 3x HDMI inputs and 2x HDMI outputs, the NV-32-H enables emerging room design scenarios, such as simultaneous 1080p60 streaming for dual-monitor rooms, with a single device. It also enables soft codec applications that support dual video output.
SHIFT – VIDEO CODEC FOR Q-SYS
- Actively adjusts network bandwidth according to the content, affording massive network savings for common meeting room content.
- Modes: Multicast and Unicast
- Bitrates: 10 Mbps – 800 Mbps
- Streaming Protocol: RTP
- Content Protection: HDCP 2.2 compliant, AES-128 encryption for all audio and video signals between encoders and decoders