Primestream now supports IP stream capture.
This solution allows users to capture, edit and transcode web, camera, and broadcast sources such as HLS, MPEG Dash, RTSP and RTMP streams in single or multiple self-contained file formats.
The new stream recording product from Primestream enables users to manage signal paths through configured pre-sets with defined sources and file formats. Other benefits include the ability to preview live recordings inside a web browser and edit while capturing streams inside Adobe Premiere Pro with a growing timeline. The solution also provides an HLS live output for streaming to the Web and smart devices.
“IP traffic has been on the rise and is anticipated to continue along a similar trajectory over the next five years,” said Claudio Lisman, President and CEO. “With the introduction of our new innovative IP stream workflow, we can make sure that users are capturing from a wide range of sources using the latest standards and formats, while also moving that content to production, management and delivery easier and quicker than ever before.”
Primestream’s IP stream technology is described as being ‘powered’ by a new Media Processing Framework and a Media Player Recorder, which together enable native reading and writing of MXF-based and Atom-based files such as MP4 video. This gives professionals the ability to work with file formats such as ProRes, XDCAM, DNxHD, and AVC-Intra while leveraging Atom-based file formats such as H.264 for creating proxy assets and the delivery of web content inside the company's FORK and Xchange platforms.”
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