GV Stratus One delivers 300 hours of storage.
GV Stratus One combines transcoding, in/out servers and EDIUS editing into an all-in-one platform addressing smaller facilities.
Grass Valley GV Stratus One manages ingest, playout, recording, transcoding, asset management and supports streaming to the web client. Content can also be edited through the EDIUS editor with multiple licenses for proxy editing and HTML5 streaming. This combination of functionalities in an integrated platform “simplifies purchase and deployment and reduces costs, making it an ideal solution for small broadcast operations, regional and satellite stations, venues and house of worship environments,” says the Belden-owned firm.
Pete Semerak, vp of production, Grass Valley, said: “GV Stratus One opens up high-end production opportunities to smaller broadcast environments, making it easier to manage multiple distribution channels from a single box. This solution reduces the complexity with affordable turnkey simplicity that empowers smaller production operations to meet the demand for first class content. We are excited to unveil this all-in-one, cost-effective system at our NAB booth."
The product delivers 300 hours of storage at 100Mbps, “eliminating the need for additional equipment”. It also includes an automated Rules Engine, a Growing File Workflows feature to allow media to be edited during ingest; and social media and CMS management.
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