Media Sport Selects 

Specialist sports TV production company, Media Sport, provided live coverage to the Sport KZ television channel of the Kazakhstan’s President’s Ice Hockey Cup 2017 and used Slomo.TV video recording and replay systems to do so.

Media Sport purchased two Arrow 442 server systems. Each server came loaded with several important options including Telestrator/Game Analyzer for on line analysis, SuperMotion for high speed cameras and super-fast file export. also organized full user training for the Media Sport team and also provided engineering support for the Cup Opening Ceremony and the first day of matches.

“The mission of our company is to deliver sport programming of the highest quality to national and international audiences,” commented Valentin Gladkov, CTO at Media Sport. “We selected servers for a number of reasons - their high quality picture and robust performance combined with a very intuitive user interface, which helped to familiarize our operators in the very short time, in fact, in a few hours."

Arrow 442 is described as a broadcast grade multichannel recording and replay server designed to meet the requirements of both sports broadcasting and standard video production. It supports simultaneous recording of four video input signals, search on all four channels and replay of two channels with transitions. The server can store up to 266Hrs of HD at 100mbit data. Arrow 442 supports many mainstream broadcast replay codecs including DVCPro 50 / DVCPro HD / XDCAM50 and MJPEG.

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