Geevs is designed to integrate with EditShare's Flow media asset management system.
The latest version of EditShare’s ingest, distribution and playout option Geevs X10 broadcast I/O sports key hardware and software updates.
Designed to integrate with EditShare Flow media asset management, XStream EFS scale-out shared storage and Ark archiving, Geevs completes the EditShare end-to-end workflow with extensive tools to manage ingest, distribution and station playout for programs as well as fast-turn for news and sports.
The new hardware offers speed improvements for managing frame rates, complex codecs and status graphic overlays. It can support up to eight streams of AVC-intra in 1080i (4/4 configuration). The new sleeker chassis features six-caddy media RAID 6 drives for local storage and is equipped with two 10gig network ports as standard.
In addition to key hardware improvements, the accompanying Geevs V7 software update supports MOS channel selection from the rundown as well as support for multiple variations of Apple ProRes including 1080p25, 29.97 and 30 fps which complements the existing 1080p50, 59.94 and 60 fps ProRes supported formats.
New templates allow capture and playout of AVC-i 50 MXF OP1a format. Geevs Simple Delay has also been reintroduced to support channel +1 playout, a feature that facilitates one hour time-shift of a main service channel.
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