Dalet adds video over IP support for Brio
Dalet Brio v3.1
Dalet is demonstrating the latest advancements in its Dalet Brio server technology at NAB. The new releases - Dalet Brio v3.1 – features future-proofing capabilities that will keep facilities ahead of the curve by supporting emerging formats and broadcast infrastructures.
“The latest Dalet Brio release responds to major changes in the industry, meeting the increasing demand for managing UHD content and merged broadcast IT environments,” comments Matthieu Fasani, Dalet product manager.
The new release is available in May. “Dalet Brio is all about flexibility, giving broadcasters more choices for their infrastructure, which ultimately allows them to better control costs,” explains Fasani. “Dalet customers that want to move away from traditional broadcast-specific hardware to standard IP switches can do so with Dalet Brio. They will not only benefit from lower hardware costs, but gain flexibility and scalability with regards to their signal distribution and routing, supporting any resolution from SD to 4K.”
Dalet Brio v3.1 includes
- IP Streaming Ingest – Support for SMPTE 2022-2 H264/AAC streams recording.
- FIMS Capture V1.1 – REST-based implementation with interactive online documentation.
- Ingest Plugin for Adobe Premiere CC – Start, stop, monitor and check an ingest directly from Adobe Premiere.
- Ingest to Amazon S3 and S3 compatible storage – Upload ingested content to Amazon S3 storage while ingest for immediate content sharing or backup.
- Ingest to Apple FCP X – Edit MXF files recorded by Brio in FCP X during ingest.
Dalet is at NAB booth SL4525
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