​Bluefish444 has Multi-Channel Compatibility with Metus Ingest

Bluefish444 has announced compatibility with Metus Ingest broadcast and video streaming software for Windows.

Metus INGEST is a 4K/HD/SD multi-channel, multi-profile capture and streaming software solution, with the ability to record and transcode a wide range of formats.

Bluefish444 and Metus have qualified the Epoch range of video cards with the Metus software, providing a 10/8-bit acquisition solution for UHD, 3G or 1.5G SDI ingest and video streaming workflows. With multi-card support, Bluefish444 Epoch with Metus Ingest allows capture of up to eight channels of HD-SDI per system. The IP-based remote controller allows multiple systems to be controlled from a single window on another computer attached to the same network.

"Metus are a well-regarded industry player for ingest and MAM workflows with years of industry experience", said Craige Mott, Managing Director of Bluefish444. "Our mutual customers will benefit from multi-channel quality, stability and 24/7 reliability."

Bluefish444's Epoch video I/O card range, compatible with Metus INGEST, is available from Bluefish444 authorised distributors and resellers worldwide. 

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