The video contribution and uplink systems developer Aviwest has launched a new server application that can be used to monitor and manage an entire fleet of its DMNG (Digital Mobile News Gathering) equipment.
Using a cloud or head-end installed web browser, DMNG Manager allows broadcasters to allocate network resources and route live video content across DMNG transmitters, smartphones (using the iOS and Android compatible DMNG App) and DMNG Studio receivers.
The DMNG Manager also includes geo-location capabilities for identifying the exact location of each transmission.
Also on show at IBC are performance improvements for the Android version of the DMNG App and enhancements to the DMNG PRO series of portable uplink products. A key highlight of the latter is dynamic resolution capability which adjusts video resolution in realtime, based on available bandwidth.
The DMNG system is a live video contribution platform for capturing and broadcasting live HD or SD video over multiple networks, including bonded 3G/4G cellular wireless, Wi-Fi, Ethernet and satellite.
The company is also putting on a demo of H.265 encoding technology at IBC that shows video content being compressed based on realtime characteristics of the various bonded networks, their bit rates and delays.