SBT reality shows from left to right: Drive Thru Oke, Cozinhe se Puder.
Brazilian IT media services company, MDotti Tecnologia, has chosen Cinegy Capture PRO for a major upgrade it has delivered to Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão (SBT), Brazil’s second largest broadcaster.
Through a flexible rental model, the broadcaster is renting licences to support 16 channels of ingest, with an additional two channels dedicated to its podcasts and gaming services. SBT is also planning to further expand its ingest capability to support 24 channels to meet growing demand for new and existing content services.
Cinegy Capture PRO allows operators to work with a rich client interface running anywhere on the network, and simultaneously generates all versions needed for archive, editing and remote working. The system integrates seamlessly with SBT’s existing production environment and delivers cost-effective, centralised ingest. Operating as a completely independent ingest tool, Cinegy Capture PRO can be used as an application by any user on the network – thanks to the simple yet powerful cross-platform control client – and runs on standard computer hardware.
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