Fraunhofer IIS provides JPEG XS SDKs to make Video over IP with Ultra Low Latency available
The standardized JPEG XS codec makes it possible to handle high quality media workflows from acquisition to distribution by using Internet Protocol (IP) and Ethernet infrastructure. With the availability of Ethernet interfaces with larger bandwidth and the mezzanine codec JPEG XS, commercial off-the-shelf components from the IT industry and standard internet connectivity can now be used to transmit extremely high quality images and videos over IP in local and wide area networks with low latency.
JPEG XS was first standardized in 2019 and a revised 2nd edition was published in 2022. This 2nd edition brings further enhancements to JPEG XS, such as support for new encoding tools for efficient, high-quality compression of raw Bayer still images and video content. JPEG XS relies on its well-known visual lossless, low-latency and lightweight image encoding system as its core. In this context, JPEG XS can transparently replace uncompressed raw data to reduce bandwidth and energy requirements.