MBP-1000VS-IP Video Server
At IBC, FOR-A will show its 12G-SDI/4K and 3G-SDI/HD resolution gear with a new emphasis on sending the video over IP.
FOR-A’s SOM-100 media orchestration platform, USF-10IP IP Gateway and the MBP-1000VS-IP video server, transmission system in collaboration with Media Links will be demonstrated with IP emphasis. An integrated baseband/IP control and monitoring system, the SOM-100 is designed for use in a mixed SDI/IP environment.
The SOM-100 offers operation of a variety of video equipment, monitored centrally from its interface. SDI and IP routing switchers are managed as one routing switcher in a virtual group. It can execute routing system control and process control, so that it supports collective operational changes of multiple pieces of equipment and executes time reservation. The system also features a web interface for easy access from multiple computers.
FT-ONE-SS4K Ultra High-Speed Camera
A 12G-SDI/IP multi-channel video server, the MBP-1000VS is ideal for 4K editing environments, offering multi-input/output 4K and HD support and ingest, playout and 4K recording functionality. Users can choose from three SSD capacities with maximum 15TB to meet their system needs and can add an LTO option for immediate archiving of captured 4K material or extended recording.
FOR-A will also show HDR upgrades to its FA-9600 signal processor and FT-ONE-SS4K Ultra High-Speed Camera. An optional SFP connector that supports an IP interface on the 3 M/E HANABI HVS-6000 will be shown for the first time in Europe.
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