​GENESIX VideoServer V7.5 Delivers IP Support

Stryme’s flagship product has new features including IP support and loudness normalisation tools.

The GENESIX VideoServer V7.5 from German vendor STRYME supports the transport protocols ST 2022-6, ST 2110 and ST 2022-7. The dual SFP+ cages are equipped with 4 video inputs and 4 video outputs for multi-channel video I/O over 10 GbE.

Volume up or volume down? The appliance comes complete with loudness normalization according to EBU R128 and ATSC A/85 recommendations.

In addition, AutoNaming lets users find the clips they need for editing, re-sequencing or post-production highlight cuts. Clips and camera settings are automatically named categorized in logically structured directories. Setting up and customizing individual user profiles is just as easy.

Goce Zdravkoski, CEO, says, “We think ahead and carefully evaluate new developments before implementing them. That way, our customers receive a consistently superior product quality and a well-conceived, future-proof system that meets their needs – today and tomorrow. This is what state-of-the-art broadcasting, automation and control technology made by STRYME is all about.” 

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