SMPTE 2110

The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) 2110 standard is a set of specifications for professional media over managed IP networks. It defines how audio, video, and ancillary data can be split into separate streams and transmitted in real-time over IP networks in a standardized way.
SMPTE 2110 is designed to replace traditional baseband (SDI) video infrastructures with IP-based networks. It allows for greater flexibility in routing and processing video signals and enables the use of low-cost commodity IP networking equipment. The standard is intended to enable interoperability between equipment from different manufacturers, making it easier to integrate different components of a media workflow.
The standard is divided into three parts:
  1. SMPTE ST 2110-10 defines the basic principles and definitions used in the standard, including video, audio, and ancillary data.
  2. SMPTE ST 2110-20 specifies the format for uncompressed video over IP networks, including the transport of 4K and higher resolutions, high dynamic range (HDR) and wide color gamut (WCG) content.
  3. SMPTE ST 2110-30 specifies the format for uncompressed audio over IP networks, including multi-channel audio.
SMPTE 2110 standard is widely adopted in the broadcast and media industries and is seen as a key enabler for the transition to IP-based media workflows.

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