Grass Valley Launch New AMPP Maverik X Switcher/Mixer At NAB Show 2024

Grass Valley announce the release of its new Maverik X software-based switcher, powered by AMPP.

Available to run on local, hybrid or cloud compute, Maverik X is an industry leading switcher offering, supporting combined uncompressed and compressed inputs and outputs, with full 10bit UHD HDR workflows, automatic up/down/cross conversion and HDR LUT mapping. What’s more, Maverik X can be controlled from both fully customizable HTML5 user interfaces operated from PC and tablet devices, in addition to Grass Valley’s much loved modular Maverik switcher panel, providing a familiar operator experience whilst allowing unprecedented freedom in panel design.

Maverik X scales with your production needs, allowing you to define the number of inputs/outputs, M/Es, keyers, DVEs, and replay wipes with ease for any size of event. Combined with AMPP workloads, your Maverik X solution can include full Multiviewer’s, audio mixing, graphics, replay and more, all controllable from a single interface. And like all AMPP microservices, users can opt for flexible PAYG or predictable contract pricing, ensuring you only pay for what you use.

From major networks, sports franchises, and live entertainment to corporate events and houses of worship, Maverik X offers the precise switcher configuration that producers and technical directors need. 

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