As a new splicing technology based on network transmission, distributed video processing system supports the simultaneous control of multiple display systems, and can realize the transmission of multiple resolutions to a high-definition led transparent screen. What are its advantages over the gradually disappearing centralized system?
1. System architecture: good heat dissipation, low cost and convenient expansion
Compared with the fan cooling of the centralized system, the natural cooling mode provided by the distributed system has lower power consumption and no noise. Each module of it works independently based on the network, with good scalability and low cost. The system also optimizes the problem of inconvenient expansion of the centralized plug-in card design. At the same time, it also has the adjustable function of the input source of the centralized system, and the user can adjust the color scheme of each input source independently.
2. Control function: high error tolerance, more humanized
Each port of the former is independent, ensuring no failure. Compared with the direct transmission of video signals in the centralized system, the lossless compression method of the distributed system also strives for the signal output quality of the system with longer transmission distance, stronger anti-interference ability and high-definition images.
3. Signal switching: real-time seamless
The distributed system adopts real-time coding to realize seamless switching, and eliminates the black screen and pause of LED transparent screen in the centralized system.
4. Usage habits: low learning cost
The distributed system continues the traditional operation habits and modes of users, and almost achieves zero learning cost. Users can customize areas, arbitrary zones, overlays, and roaming. It can preset multiple modes, support preview and one click switching, so as to be more compatible with traditional video systems.