Dalet Develops New Software For Brio I/O Platform

Dalet Digital Media Systems has released new features and functionality in its Brio I/O platform. The platform includes format support for IT hardware, enhanced ingest management, and new Media Navigator and MultiCamera Manager tools that streamline studio production.

Dalet Brio 3.4 is designed to run on standard IT hardware and adds a variety of new features that support the move to IP and dynamic ingest management capabilities. There’s full support for industry standards that were developed to support the move to IP content delivery, including SMPTE-2022-2, for Playout using H264/AAC compression, and SMPTE-2022-6, designed to address file Ingest and Playout.

The new software also features improved tools for Ingest, such as: a Web Ingest Scheduler with router control and RESTful API; Automatic up-scaling on input (SD to 1080i); XAVC-Intra HD, LongG HD and Intra-4K support; Audio routing (Embedded and AES-EBU sources); and a Backup Copier: Push to FTP while ingest.

The new features for studio production include Media Navigator, which now features rolling playback mode, quick preview, custom metadata handling, and consolidation of playlists; and MultiCamera Manager, targeting file transfer management to Avid Interplay; Adobe Premiere/Anywhere; and the FTP and S3 protocols.

Dalet Brio integrates seamlessly with other Dalet solutions, like the Dalet AmberFin transcoding platform, to provide a highly flexible and scalable end-to-end solution for broadcasters worldwide.

Dalet Galaxy is an enterprise NRCS and MAM that unifies the content chain by managing assets, metadata, workflows and processes across multiple and diverse production and distribution systems. Specially tailored for news and media workflows, the platform helps broadcasters and media professionals increase productivity while providing operational and business visibility.

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