The Atlona OmniStream™ 111 (AT-OMNI-111) is a single-channel networked AV encoder for HDMI sources up to UHD @ 60 Hz and HDR (High Dynamic Range), plus embedded audio and RS-232 or IR control pass-through.
It is part of the OmniStream Pro Series, designed for high performance, flexible distribution of AV over standard, off-the-shelf Gigabit Ethernet switches in commercial audiovisual applications.
The OmniStream 111 is HDCP 2.2 compliant and ideal for the latest Ultra High-Definition and HDR sources.
It features advanced high-quality, VC-2 visually lossless video compression technology with user-selectable, video quality optimization engines designed for computer-generated imaging, or motion video content.
The Atlona OmniStream 111 achieves extremely low, sub-frame latency when paired with OmniStream AV decoders.
This single-channel encoder is housed in a half-width rack enclosure with front-to-back air flow, and is ideal for high-density, compact installation in a centralized equipment location.
Easy to Configure, Simple to Manage
OmniStream AV over IP systems are remarkably easy to set up and manage – whether for a meeting room, residence, divisible room, or an entire university campus.
Atlona Management System (AMS) 2.0 features automatic network device discovery, plus an intuitive web-based GUI that lets you configure virtual routing for AV, control, and data over the network – just as easily as you would with conventional AV matrix switching.
AMS also streamlines and simplifies management of OmniStream systems through continuous system monitoring, notifications and alerts, event logging, multi-device configuration and backup, automated firmware updates, remote device control, and more.
The OmniStream 111 is compatible with the OmniStream 121 decoder.
It is also compatible with the OmniStream 521 decoder when Video Optimization is set to Motion Video mode.
Designed for Pro AV Integration
The OmniStream 111 includes several features for optimizing integration and enhancing professional AV presentations.
EDID and HDCP management features ensure reliable, consistent system operation and compatibility with source devices.
EDID management includes the option to assign an EDID captured from a display at an OmniStream AV decoder.
Aspect ratio controls are available to specify the presentation viewing format as desired by the end user.
Additionally, OmniStream offers the option to overlay a logo image (PNG with transparent background) onto an AV presentation for corporate or institutional branding.
A full-screen image can also be displayed, as a backup in an event of an interruption in an AV stream, or to display information between presentations.
Ethernet Link Testing (Coming Soon)
OmniStream AV over IP systems feature Ethernet link testing, a convenient feature for integrators and technicians to test integrity of the network infrastructure.
Testing is initiated from the encoder web GUI, and performed between an encoder and decoders joined to it in a multicast group.
Test results can be monitored from the encoder and decoder web GUI, avoiding the need to visually check for an image at each display location.
• Enterprises and other large organizations – Maximize AV application flexibility by enabling content sharing within single meeting rooms, or corporate-wide broadcasting to every connected screen.
• Corporate and university campuses with the need to distribute AV between buildings – OmniStream allows virtually unlimited AV system scope and scale. For very large, expansive LANs, SMPTE-standard FEC (Forward Error Correction) ensures robust, reliable image presentation at every endpoint.
• Applications in which any AV content or resource can be shared anywhere in the system – AV over IP technology removes the restrictions associated with interconnecting sources and displays through standard matrix switching architecture.
• Meeting rooms and conference rooms – An IP network infrastructure makes it simple and efficient to design AV systems for small, large, and divisible meeting room configurations, and to centrally manage them throughout a facility.