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The Sony HKSR-5804 Network Interface Option Board is an optional accessory interface board for the SRW-5800 VTR. When installed, it offers the ability to transfer Digital Picture Exchange (DPX) files to a server or non-linear editor over Gigabit Ethernet networks. Also, importing and exporting of 4:4:4 RGB content in high-bandwidth applications is possible within a Digital Intermediate (DI) workflow - record and play back uncompressed 4:4:4 full bandwidth signals, and back-up and archive any size of data between 2K (HD) and 4K (4096 x 3112).
With its superb networking functionality and exquisite 4:4:4 RGB processing, this board intrinsically meets the high demands of high profile video operations often required by HDCAM/HDCAM SR facility, compositing suites, and digital mobile units.
Note: Please note this board requires and works in conjunction with the HKSR-5803HQ Advanced HQ Processing Board.
Convert 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 HDCAM-SR Video tape to DPX file; transfer and import to server/NLE over Gigabit Ethernet Network
Record and play back uncompressed 4:4:4 full bandwidth signals via HD-SDI connections on the HDCAM-SR deck
Export DPX file to SRW-5800 and record as HDCAM-SR Video Tape
With large cassette BCT124SRL, the SRW-5800 can record 5 minutes of 4K (4096 x 3112) and 20 minutes of 2K (2048 x 1556) DPX files
Resizing 4k/2k resolution to 1920 x 1080
Platform free, simple system by NFS protocol
Bit assignment selection (full or head)
ID-LUT (Gamma curve) can be loaded and applied file and/or HD Video Monitor output
In the Box
Sony HKSR-5804 Network Interface Option Board
Operation Manual (CD-ROM)
Table of Contents
Interface: 1000Base-T (conforming to IEEE802-3ab)
Jumbo Frame (up to 9000 bytes) Protocol: TCP/IP, UDP/IP Network File System Client: NFS V3/V2, CIFS Browser: Firefox 2, Internet Explorer 6, Safari 3 NFS Server: Redhat Linux E4, Windows XP x32 (with SFU), Mac OS v10.5 CIFS Server: Windows XP x32