Bluefish444 has announced multi-channel 3G/HD/SD-SDI ingest system, IngeSTore Server 3G.
IngeSTore Server 3G is a pre-configured 3RU ingest solution, capable of up to four channels of 3G/HD/SD-SDI compressed or uncompressed capture to networked shared storage, utilising the Bluefish444 Epoch | 4K Supernova S+ video I/O card.
The Bluefish444 IngeSTore 3G is an appliance that ships with Bluefish444’s free multi-channel capture application. IngeSTore captures multiple simultaneous channels of 3G/HD/SD-SDI to popular media file formats for archive, edit, encoding or analysis.
It is aimed at improving efficiency in the digitization workflow by enabling multiple simultaneous recordings from VTR’s, cameras and any other SDI source.
With dual Intel XEON CPUs, 32GB RAM and a 4GB NVIDIA GPU, IngeSTore Server 3G can capture files in a range of codecs via IngeSTore software. Uncompressed, DV, DVCPro, and DVCPro HD codecs are included free, with additional licenses available for XDCAM, DNxHD, JPEG 2000, AVCi and other industry standard video codecs.
The product includes an ATTO dual 10Gb Network Interface Card, providing integration with existing network storage architectures. IngeSTore is able to save recorded video files directly to network-connected storage, which are then available across all networked systems.
Tom Lithgow, Product Manager at Bluefish444:. “This turnkey system allows for quick and easy integration into many video workflows requiring multi-channel SDI Ingest, and eliminates the concern of system specifications and performance for system integrators, worldwide.”
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