Broadcasters create digital-first viewing experiences using AVIWEST technology and Grabyo’s cloud video production platform.
Video professionals now have the flexibility to produce live content from anywhere, even under unpredictable network conditions, and achieve real-time and remote content production using the integrated solution.
With AVIWEST’s mobile transmitters, encoders, and the company’s SST (Safe Stream Transport) link technology in the field, content producers can create live content from anywhere with the highest efficiency and reliability. AVIWEST bonded cellular transmitters, including the PRO3 Series and AIR Series, combine state-of-the-art HEVC coding technology and 5G to help users successfully manage live remote productions.
Grabyo’s platform offers rapid video clipping and editing, browser-based live production with frame-accurate stream synchronization, graphics overlays, a configurable multiviewer, audio mixing, and simultaneous multi-platform delivery. It also enables production teams to focus on creativity and deliver broadcast-quality live video. The SaaS platform is designed to help digital teams maximize their resources, without requiring any additional software or extensive training, and offers native integration with all major social platforms, video players, and third-party production tools for live graphics authoring and audience participation features.
Through a combination of Grabyo and AVIWEST solutions, broadcasters can offer viewers more live content, creating outstanding and unique viewing experiences while deploying less equipment in the field.
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