Q-NEX solution for campus-wide AV distribution is based on the AV-over-IP technology to realize not only audio and video broadcast but also live streaming to all of the classrooms as well as spaces outside classrooms such as the cafeteria, library, teacher’s offices, corridor, and reception hall. Through the deployment of Q-NEX Media Server, Networked Media Processor(NMP), and Media Box(MBX), this solution is capable of distributing audio, video, and control signals over the Internet with the campus’s existing network.
Audio and video broadcast
The Media Server is a tool that enables school IT admins to upload different audio and video content to the server. This means that you can create a customized school bell tone, play pre-recorded school news programs, or even broadcast promotional videos across the campus.
The Media Server is a tool for broadcasting audio and video content across the school campus. It can be used to play customized bell tones, pre-recorded school news programs, and promotional videos.
Streaming live audio&video
Q-NEX is an excellent way to connect with students and faculty. It allows you to stream live video or audio announcements or even just a message from your office to every corner of the campus. Imagine the principal delivering a public speech in real time in his office!
Schedule broadcast tasks
Managing broadcasts can be a hassle, but Q-NEX Console makes it easy. With the console, IT admins can schedule broadcasts at different times and to different destinations, managing daily broadcasting with automatic play to reduce repetitive work.
Make full use of existing displays
When it comes to receiving broadcast or live streaming content, whether it’s an interactive flat panel display, a TV monitor, or a projector, as long as the display has an HDMI input, it’s no problem.
Auto power on for broadcasting
When receiving the campus AV broadcast or the principal’s live broadcast, NMP or MBX can automatically turn on the display devices they connected.
This function is based on the signal from the AV system, which is used to synchronize the signal output by NMP and MBX with other equipment. After receiving a signal, it will automatically determine whether to turn on the display device connected to it; if there is no signal input, then it will automatically switch off its own output.
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