Avid Artist DNxIP

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Connect Your Studio with Avid Artist DNxIP

Easily connect to multiple devices across your newsroom or post facility using your existing Ethernet infrastructure with Avid Artist DNxIP. With IP video and audio I/O through SFP ports (SFPs sold separately), HDMI 2, and analog audio I/O, you can connect your entire studio together without the limitations of SDI.

Stream Video Over IP

Avid Artist DNxIP offers HD, 2K (DCI), and UHD video streaming over IP, enabling you to receive media from any camera, computer, or device on your network and send/stream content to any destination-anywhere there's an Ethernet connection. It works with many popular IP video standards-including SMPTE 2110-making it an easy fit into any newsroom or post environment. Plus, it saves time and money by minimizing complex and costly cabling.

Expand Your Possibilities with Avid Artist DNxIP

Small in size but vast in versatility, Avid Artist DNxIP boosts your media production capabilities both inside the facility and offsite. Record voiceovers in the field with easy audio punch-in. Sync to an external reference or SMPTE 2059-2. You can even use the interface as an 8-channel audio surround sound monitoring solution.

Product Specs
Box ContentsAvid Artist DNxIP Interface
Storage160 TB
Storage Temperature-40 degrees-140 degrees F (-40 degrees-60 degrees C)
WarrantyLimited 1-Year Warranty


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