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MPEG Broadcast Contribution Encoders

DUBLIN, Ireland, January 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/l93sr5/mpeg_broadcast) has announced the addition of the "MPEG Broadcast Contribution Encoders" report to their offering. 

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MPEG Broadcast Contribution Encoders Set to Reach More Than $320M in 2017

Contribution encoders are used to compress the video and audio stream coming from the camera, truck or venue before it is transmitted to the studio. Contribution encoders are also used for compressing the stream as it is moved between studios.

Encoding systems can range from PCs with capture cards costing under $1,000 to 4:2:0 8-bit encoders with dual audio channels costing several thousand dollars to high end 4:2:2 10-bit 1080p encoders with 16 audio channels costing tens of thousands of dollars. While PC systems are not included in its numbers, the author feels that this segment of the market will reach about $320 million based on more than 20,000 units in 2017. 

Though there will be shifts in the market with some segments growing more slowly than others, the overall contribution encoder market will grow in 2014 after declining in 2013. We will see the normal seasonal patterns with greater shipments in even years for major events like the World Cup and the Olympics. Cellular newsgathering equipment is relatively new in the market, so there is a higher growth trajectory projected for that segment of the market.

There are many broadcasters who have not upgraded their newsgathering capabilities to HD, so replacing older SD MPEG-2 equipment with new HD H.264 equipment will continue with the overall market shift to HD. By 2017 SD encoders will account for 13% of the market compared to 35% in 2013. ASPs will decline each year so vendors will need to increase their shipments each year to keep their revenues stable higher prices for HEVC encoders will help with revenue.


Key Topics Covered: 

Executive Summary 

Video Compression Background. 

Fixed. 

Mobile. 

Technologies 

MPEG-2. 

H.264. 

HEVC. 

JPEG-2000. 

Trends 

More and More and More Content 

4K. 

Hybrid Newsgathering. 

Open Internet Transport 

Satellite Transmission. 

Remote Production. 

Reducing Operating Expenses 

Forecast 

Mobile. 

Cellular 

Fixed. 

Equipment Vendors 

Bonded Cellular Vendors 

Broadcast Sports Inc. 

Dejero. 

LiveU. 

Mobile Viewpoint 

Quicklink. 

TVU Networks 

Vislink. 

Vitec (Teradek) 

Microwave and Wireless Camera Transmitters 

Cobham. 

Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT) 

Riedel Communications 

Vislink. 

Fiber/IP. 

Artel 

Cisco. 

Evertz 

Media Links 

Net Insight 

Nevion. 

Fixed. 

Adtec Digital 

ATEME. 

Cisco. 

Ericsson. 

Evertz 

Fujitsu. 

Haivision. 

Harmonic 

Harris Broadcast 

ImmediaTV. 

MediaExcel 

NTT Electronics 

Telairity 

Thomson. 



For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/l93sr5/mpeg_broadcast


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


SOURCE Research and Markets

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