mxfSPEEDRAIL’s mediaREC, mediaLIVE, and mediaPLAY will also integrate NDI’s standard protocol
MOG Technologies central ingest solution can now support NDI input/output for recording and live production.
MOG's mxfSPEEDRAIL’s new media NDI software application is designed to support NDI video and to record the following formats: four streams of NDI in Avid, OP1a, QT, MP4, XDCAM, XDCAM EX, XAVC, FLV, HLS, MPEG-DASH, WebM, MPEG-DASH WebM, MPEG-TS, Matroska, and IMF. The solution is said to guarantee the most efficient streaming video production possible, with no need for satellite trucks or RF infrastructures.
Additionally, mxfSPEEDRAIL’s mediaREC, mediaLIVE, and mediaPLAY will also integrate NDI’s standard protocol, “guaranteeing the maximum flexibility for the customer’s production environment.”
“The video world is moving to computers, software, and networks. MOG Technologies mxfSPEEDRAIL with NDI offers an integrated and cost-effective video delivery solution, because NDI can be deployed on existing networks without new networking infrastructure,” said Michael Kornet, EVP and general manager of NDI for NewTek.
mediaREC is an NDI / IP / SDI Video Recorder for content production, post-production, finishing, and distribution, up to 8K resolution.
mediaLIVE can encode NDI, RTMP, HLS, MPEG-TS and other live video streams in realtime and compresses it for distribution.
mediaPLAY is a channel playout solution for NDI / IP / SDI channel origination, management, delivery and play-on-air with master control switching with clip playback and enables multi-format and multi-resolution, up to 8K.
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