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The HMS Teletext Inserter (TTX) is a solution for broadcasting Teletext that generates a carrousel from various Teletext file formats and inserts it into a video stream. It supports SDI and CVBS video signals and inserts the Teletext data directly into a DVB compliant MPEG transport stream.
New features and supported standards
The latest TTX Inserter is also capable of inserting Teletext into HD-SDI signals. It supports both SMPTE 2031 and OP-47. The video signal must be 1080i with 10 bit color depth according to ITU-R BT.1120. The transmitted content corresponds exactly with the DVB Teletext (ETSI EN 300 472), hence downstream encoders can use the data as is. Like for DVB Teletext you can select the 32 "virtual" VBI lines to be transmitted and can this way control the Teletext data rate. The VANC lines of the HD-SDI signal to be used for the transmission are also selectable. If you use SMPTE 2031 Teletext you only need one HD line. For OP-47 you may need up to 5 HD lines depending on the data rate.
Efficient content updates
TTX is very easy to handle. Using common Teletext editing software you just drop the Teletext files on a specified network folder. TTX immediately recognizes changes in this folder and updates the Teletext carrousel.
With the HMS Teletext File Creator, you don't even need to edit your Teletext pages manually. The File Creator is connected to your scheduling database and always keeps your program schedule pages up to date, including detailed program description. It can also read XML files and RSS feeds and hence includes the latest news, weather and flight plan information in your Teletext.
|Video formats CVBS||
|Video formats DVB||
|Video formats SDI||
SDI | CVBS | DVB compliant MPEG-TS
|Hardware||DVB version: software based
SDI version: 1 RU server
CVBS version: 5 1/4 case or 1 RU case attached to workstation via USB
Teletext Page Creator