Peter Brightwell edited this page Nov 6, 2018 · 6 revisions

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AMWA's Networked Media Open Specifications are helping the professional media industry move towards an interoperable all-IP future. Standards such as SMPTE ST 2110 specify how media can be transported between devices over managed networks, but don't cover how the devices can be discovered and connected. That's where NMOS comes in, with AMWA IS-04, IS-05 and IS-06 providing that functionality.

Purpose and scope of this wiki

Developers and users not only need to have access to the specifications, they also need to know how to work with them. So this Wiki provides resources to help with procurement, with configuration and with development.

This wiki includes:

  • Information about finding the NMOS specifications
  • Information about available implementations, tools and other resources
  • Guidance for developers and users on implementing/integrating the NMOS specifications.

How to find what you are looking for

The sidebar on the right shows a structure for the wiki. Hopefully it makes sense. There's also a list of all the pages.

Contributing

We are still learning how best to develop and run this wiki, so if you're interested in helping -- or have useful feedback -- please contact the owner or create an issue.

Other information

Advanced Media Workflow Association website

Networked Media Incubator and the NMOS programme

AMWA's GitHub site and GitHub-hosted documentation

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