​Slomo.tv Launches 4K FulcrumAT/12G Version 2

Slomo.tv’s upgraded Fulcrum AT/12G 4K instant replay server offers ten channels in replay mode at 4K resolution and up to 16 channels in replay mode for 3G/HD/SD.

The compact USD $60,000 4K server system enables slow motion and instant replay capabilities as well as direct recording of NLE native video files for editing ‘on site’. Search is available on all recorded channels simultaneously with recording and playing back of two channels with transition effects. The automatic creation of clips during instant replays is a Slomo.tv proprietary feature, which allows the operator to quickly create highlights/summary packages while working in instant replay mode.

“First introduced at NAB 2018, 4K Fulcrum AT/12G has been installed at multiple customer sites and following user requests, we decided to expand set of features even further,” commented Igor Vitiorets, company CTO. “The second generation of Fulcrum AT/12G is even more powerful, since it supports more channels and three super-slomo cameras. However, it is still very affordable”.

A built-in multiviewer features five basic configurations of different numbers of video feeds - displaying video inputs, search channels, and system video outputs.

“Developed specifically for cramped production environments where space-saving is at a premium, a MultiSkin function allows the operator to use one monitor to display different interfaces: the main GUI interface, Multiviewer or Game Analyzer (telestrator),” explains the firm.

Together with several SSD technology developers, Slomo.tv has developed the capability of recording and storing high-quality video with SSD technology. The use of SSD storage facilitates a number of advanced features on the servers – search on all channels, recording uncompressed full-resolution video signals, large built-in storage capacity, lightweight servers, and the ability to operate in harsh conditions including high vibration levels.

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