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SDvOE Software defined video over Ethernet

The death of the HDbaseT switch
Adaptive clock resynchronization
https://www.commercialintegrator.com...ion-deep-dive/
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The death of the HDbaseT switch
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https://www.commercialintegrator.com...ion-deep-dive/
Interesting concept. But will it be affordable for home systems?

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Interesting concept. But will it be affordable for home systems?
Otto, I think the point of the article and the Youtube video is that SDvOE will be lower cost and more flexible than matrix solutions. But, there are challenges. I would find it helpful if software and hardware developers would enumerate the hurdles yet to be overcome.

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Otto, I think the point of the article and the Youtube video is that SDvOE will be lower cost and more flexible than matrix solutions. But, there are challenges. I would find it helpful if software and hardware developers would enumerate the hurdles yet to be overcome.
That would certainly be helpful. Looks to still be a ways off though.

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Here is a recent YouTube that Valens distributed on AV over IP and Matrix and how to integrate or select one over the other:

Interesting panel discussion. For a corporate environment, or a need for large scale av distribution, that appears to be the way of the future. For home use, I think the complexity and cost will be prohibitive for high quality av distribution throughout the home, at least for the forseeable future. Thanks for the video.

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Interesting panel discussion. For a corporate environment, or a need for large scale av distribution, that appears to be the way of the future. For home use, I think the complexity and cost will be prohibitive for high quality av distribution throughout the home, at least for the forseeable future. Thanks for the video.
Maybe next week, maybe not this decade. It seems to be there is a lot activity around AV over IP as well as hurdles to leap. As you can hear opinions vary among the panel members about the development of affordable, smaller scale residential AV over IP.
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Maybe next week, maybe not this decade. It seems to be there is a lot activity around AV over IP as well as hurdles to leap. As you can hear opinions vary among the panel members about the development of affordable, smaller scale residential AV over IP.
This got me thinking isn't Netflix streaming AV over IP. Here is the first of a series of Youtube videos demonstrating AV over IP that existed last year:

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It sounds like a more costly and complicated form of HDBT, and I just don't see it in the home environment for quite some time. Maybe viewing the second episode in the series on installation would clear that up somewhat.

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It sounds like a more costly and complicated form of HDBT, and I just don't see it in the home environment for quite some time. Maybe viewing the second episode in the series on installation would clear that up somewhat.
Otto I am thinking publicly and trying to understand AV over IP and how it differs from SDvOE. It struck me that streaming services like Netflix are AV over IP. So, most of us are already using AV over IP. On a 1GBPS network we are reserving 300 MBPS for AV and leaving the rest for everything else. But to deal with the heavy bandwidth requirements of AV HDMI came along as a stand alone, packet based HDMI 2.0 network. So, we are building two networks, a packet based HDMI or HDBT network capable of 18 GBPS and an IP network to handle computer programs, streaming, email, etc. Possibly, SDVoE is an attempt to have everything on a single network.

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Otto I am thinking publicly and trying to understand AV over IP and how it differs from SDvOE. It struck me that streaming services like Netflix are AV over IP. So, most of us are already using AV over IP. On a 1GBPS network we are reserving 300 MBPS for AV and leaving the rest for everything else. But to deal with the heavy bandwidth requirements of AV HDMI came along as a stand alone, packet based HDMI 2.0 network. So, we are building two networks, a packet based HDMI or HDBT network capable of 18 GBPS and an IP network to handle computer programs, streaming, email, etc. Possibly, SDVoE is an attempt to have everything on a single network.

That's entirely possible but it makes me brain-achy to think about it . I'm just happy with what I can do now without issues. Streaming via solid core CAT-6 ethernet and WiFi for all else.

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