The Future of Video over IP in the New Bluefish444 Kronos I/O

KRONOS is a new family of products from Bluefish444 building on the abilities of their Epoch family. It's an exciting new development for video connectivity - coming soon. In the mean time, check out the Epoch product line now on Videoguys.

KRONOS I/O: Up to 8K 120fps HDR video over IP

From RedSharkNews Kronos Web ImagesBluefish444 has announced a new product range of I/O cards that point to the future of video over IP. It's easy enough to get a file off a computer. You don't need any special technology to do this. If it's a big file, it will take longer, but a file is a file, whether it's a spreadsheet or a 4K master of a feature film. The same isn't true if you need to get a moving image from a computer onto a display device or any sort of real-time studio equipment. For this, you need an interface that will take the data from the computer and output it as a video signal. Cards that do this have been around for decades, but as the quality and resolution of video improves, so must the computer interfaces that deal with the signals. Time for KRONOS Bluefish444 is well known for making video input and output cards that work at the highest quality. And now the company announced its latest generation of cards that support a wide range of extremely high resolutions, bit depths and frame rates. The new range is called KRONOS and it builds on the abilities of the existing Epoch range, which supports 4K up to 60 frames per second. KRONOS adds workflow support for resolutions up to 8K, frame rates up to 120 frames per second, HDR and Video over IP...[continue reading]

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