mDECK unveiled at IBC.
The appliance is used to ingest, transcode and play 4 QFHD video streams in dozens of formats. By supporting file-based and baseband contents at the same time, mDECK can perform hybrid workflows to better support multiple media operations, either in IT and video networks.
MOG’s product includes a unified user interface (UUI) that combines the latest generation of web app design based HTML5 technology, with a collection of widgets for professional media. Users can get access to the data of all the appliances from a single point, anytime, anywhere.
The widgets includes a full-featured player that enables to preview any video signal either live or file, locally and remotely.
The UUI brings the best usability, accessibility, functionality, and speed to every user. Improve customer specific workflows by using tailored dashboards based on the media widgets, including from 3rd-party applications.
Main features are internal asset management; baseband ingest up to 4 simultaneous records; file ingest up to 4 simultaneous transcodes; file playback up 4 simultaneous plays. All media operations can simultaneously use the local storage and the network. There’s also a remote and local user interface (including touch on screen for quick control).
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