Dejero is introducing its most powerful version of the EnGo mobile transmitter at this year’s IBC show.
The latest EnGo is designed to give a picture quality advantage to broadcasters, especially when capturing high-motion news and sports content.
Broadcasters can benefit from the EnGo transmitter’s increased processing power and enhanced implementation of the HEVC compression standard. Combined with Dejero’s auto-transport and adaptive bitrate encoding technology, this results in higher picture quality across a broader range of bitrates.
A new dynamic content adaptation feature intelligently adjusts the encoding process based on the amount of motion detected within content that is being captured. This allows broadcasters to automatically transition from a talking-head shot with limited motion to high-motion content without any softening of the picture or introduction of compression artifacts.
The improved Dejero EnGo can encode up to 20 Mb/s and now supports 1080p 50/60. The compact mobile transmitter encodes high-quality video and transmits over multiple IP networks to reliably deliver ‘exceptional’ picture quality with extremely low latency, even in challenging network conditions. It can be mounted on a camera or in a vehicle and worn in a backpack.
“As the broadcast industry shifts towards the HEVC video compression standard to efficiently transport high-quality video from the field, the latest Dejero EnGo is equipped with increased processing power to boost overall performance and deliver enhanced picture quality to those shooting fast-paced high-motion video in the field,” said Kevin Fernandes, vice president of sales at Dejero.