​Streamstar X7 Gets Smaller - Debuts Sports Graphics Solution

Streamstar explains that a new version of production server X7 has now fits a smaller 2RU size. The company is also debuting Scoreplus Server, a hardware solution for sports graphics.

Streamstar X7, released at IBC 2016 is a new version of the production server with 6 inputs, streaming capabilities, replays and slomo all in a 2RU size. Scoreplus Serverincorporates Streamstar Scoreplus software, and Streamstar SW 3.5.

“We’ve shattered the tradition of clunky, old-school and complicated streaming systems with our groundbreaking, affordable and easily operated solution suite,” explains Radoslav Toth, Streamstar CEO. “Streamstar X7, the latest model in our X series, will have IBC attendees buzzing when they see what can be accomplished from this tiny footprint. It’s definitely a product that has to be seen to be believed!”

Streamstar X7, costing $8995, includes omprehensive media playlists, video processing, a host of graphics capabilities, and the same touch screen user interface found in Streamstar’s larger units. It is also converted to a mobile production studio by enclosing it into a hard case with an HDMI monitor for a compact studio on the go.

Scoreplus Server is a 2 RU unit for creating sports graphics enjoyable and exciting costing $3995.

“The combination of the Scoreplus Servertogether with Steamstar’s X series creates a unique, powerful and complete tool for sports or any live production. The results are Network television style production with replays, slow motion and stylish sports graphics making it the best and the smartest choice on the market,” said Toth.

The Streamstar SW 3.5 software, available for download in September, offers a Countdown Timer for replays and media files in the interface for the operator’s convenience. A new Auto Cut feature allows pre-selection of the next input played after a replay or media playback finish. The new version also includes support for Facebook LIVE streaming.

The upgraded version also provides integrated support for the JVC- GY-HM660 Mobile News Streaming Camera, for mobile newsgathering. Users can remotely control as many camera features as 6 CCUs, such as the stream quality (resolution, bitrate), focus, zoom, camera tally, recording, iris, gain, automatic exposure level, shutter, white balance, and more, without the bulk and weight of the units.

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