IP Video Production Versus SDI Video Production
The aim of the project is to compare IP and SDI in order to determine the most suitable framework for distributing an optimum video production workflow and output.
This project is an exploration of the role of IP in the distribution of video data in a studio context.
Footage was captured with differing resolutions starting with 1080p and downscaling to 240p resulting in a set of bitrates to be used. The performances can be compared at these baselines. Additionally, the image information will be altered. The aim of this method is to force the rate of pixel movement changes to become so great that packets are jittered or lost completely. This is accomplished by shooting initially with no object, then with a static object, then an object with minor motion (a ball rolling from left to right), and finally multiple objects in major motion together.