The V7 includes an Advanced Graphic Composer.
Stryme’s new flagship product, the GENESIX VideoServer V7 is on show at IBC equipped with a TDIR Multichannel Commander and a unique Time Delay Instant Replay function.
There's also an Advanced Graphic Composer, up to 12 flexible configurable input/output channels (SD/HD/4K ready), Avid Interplay integration, a 5-year guarantee, and the support of all industry-standard codecs and formats for maximum compatibility and flexibility.
“Delivering a channel is complex,” informs the Vienna-based vendor. “Its many interconnected elements cost money, they require efficient management and need regular maintenance. This is where Stryme steps into the picture – with reliable, high-availability solutions for broadcasters.
“We understand our customers’ needs and therefore offer flexible and failsafe broadcast solutions, that fit both market requirements and the budget of our customers.
The V7 includes an Advanced Graphic Composer, up to 12 flexible configurable input/output channels (SD/HD/4K ready), Avid Interplay integration, a standard 5-year guarantee, and the support of all industry-standard codecs and formats for maximum compatibility and flexibility.
“With ‘Vizrt inside’, the GENESIX VideoServer V7, offers small, medium-sized and specialized media companies the option to step up their channel branding, use animated 3D scenes in real time and produce high-end animations.
“Like its predecessors, the VideoServer V7 is a multichannel ingest, graphic and playout video server for professional broadcasters. Built as a central hub, it includes studio playout, playout automation, overlay graphics, transfer management, asset management and program scheduling. Its open interface allows total integration into existing infrastructures and workflows.”
You might also like...
Moving to IP is allowing broadcasters to explore new working practices and mindsets. Esports has grown from IT disciplines and is moving to broadcast and has the potential to show new methods of working.
IP is delivering unprecedented flexibility and scalability for broadcasters. But there is a price to pay for these benefits, namely, the complexity of the system increases significantly as we add more video and audio over IP.
Aside from being the first Summer Olympics to be delayed a year due to a pandemic—shifting technical plans and causing strict work-arounds to comply with health restrictions—this year’s live coverage by NBCUniversal (NBCU) is noteworthy for its move …
TV equipment manufacturers are doing what broadcasters do best: Creatively helping each other work through a difficult technical challenge.
Internet Contribution For Broadcasters: Pt. 3 - Why Carriage Matters To Live Internet Video Delivery
On the internet, congestion and latency is added at the points at which carriers connect to each other. Understanding this will help you design a better quality video service, says Bernhard Pusch, Head of Global Internet Strategy at Telstra Corporation.