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46 CREATE & PRODUCE BY MICHAEL BURNS


Available in a compact, half-1U form factor, the new Rack400 encoder from Aviwest supports 4K UHD and multicamera workfl ows for up to four high-resolution, fully frame-synced feeds.


The Rack400 delivers up to 4Kp60 combined with eight audio channels for high-end productions. Aviwest’s Emmy Award-winning Safe Streams Transport technology is said to provide the Rack400 with robust, error-free transmission


over network with low end-to-end latency, down to 0.5 seconds. To accommodate new and existing infrastructures, both H.265/HEVC and H.264/AVC compression standards are supported. Other features include frame- accurate synchronisation and video transmission between multiple cameras for seamless camera switching in the studio, as well as high-defi nition video return (up to 1080p50/60) from the studio to the venue for confi dence monitoring or teleprompting. In addition, the Rack400 supports full-duplex intercom to optimise communication between fi eld


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ON-THE-GO ENCODER RACKED AND READY FOR 4K STREAMING Aviwest


crews and studio operators, along with data bridging for remote camera control, tally light management, or any other IP device control during a live event. Samuel Fleischhacker, senior


product manager at Aviwest, said: “The Rack400 is a game- changer for the broadcast industry, accelerating live remote production and offering the potential for greater productivity and huge savings in operational and capital expenses. For on-the- go production, broadcasters need equipment that is easy to deploy. The Rack400 is small, light and robust, and offers exceptional video quality.”


RUBY RB1.5 LED PANEL LAUNCHED Roe Visual


CREATE & PRODUCE BY MICHAEL BURNS


The new Ruby RB1.5 LED panel from Roe Visual is equipped with four-in-one LED technology, which the company claims results in more robust LED panels with less refl ection and a wide viewing angle. Roe says the LED panel


offers more contrast due to an optimised black body, with


striking colours. Other new products include the Black Marble LED fl oor, which is now also available in a deep black anti-refl ective, matte fi nish, suitable for studio environments. The company says this is in high demand for broadcast as well as immersive XR stages.


Black Pearl BP2V2 LED, a high-performance, broadcast- grade HD-LED panel used for large LED volumes, is also available. Designed for use in fi lm studios, XR stages and virtual production


Rack ‘em up: The new encoder delivers up to 4Kp60 combined with eight audio channels


applications, it is said to offer true-to-content colour representation, high frame rate, high refresh rate and low scan lines. Roelof Bouwman, general manager for Roe Visual EU, said: “Our growing engagement with and expertise in the market for broadcast and fi lm is manifested in our current product portfolio. We’re well-aware of the demanding requirements that go hand-in-hand with working with in-camera


Ruby is fully HDR adaptive with advanced driver ICs and large colour space LEDs


shoots. Our partnerships with Arri, Unreal Engine and disguise not only refl ect that engagement


BEEGFS ADDS ELEMENTS OF SPEED TO VIDEO STORAGE Elements


MANAGE BY DAVID FOX


Elements has introduced an all-new high-performance fi le system to the media and entertainment industry: BeeGFS. Originally designed at Fraunhofer ITWM and developed by ThinkParQ, it normally powers supercomputers, and this is its fi rst use in broadcasting. In September, Elements Bolt SSD-based storage was used with BeeGFS to achieve the highest performance score ever recorded by the SPEC SFS VDA


video benchmark, making it the world’s fastest storage for video. It recorded the highest stream count (throughput) of 11,000 streams (50,708Mbps) – 14.58% higher than the previous high score. It also scored very highly for effi ciency, with the highest storage CPU effi ciency (23% more concurrent streams per CPU core than the highest scoring competitor);


highest client CPU effi ciency (107% more concurrent streams per CPU core); and highest RAM effi ciency (68% more concurrent streams per Gigabyte of RAM used). Elements believes that BeeGFS will enable it to build highly effi cient cloud and on-premise storage environments and benefi t from high-performance Ethernet workfl ows with revolutionary


but are also focused on getting the most out of the LED technology for our users.”


on-demand cloud possibilities. It “offers performance that stretches way beyond state-of-the-art, allowing users to capitalise on a future-proof fi le system that encompasses cutting-edge technical properties and features while outsmarting the status quo”, the company said. BeeGFS will be available on Elements Bolt and Elements One.


Also new is a version of Elements’ Media Library Panel for DaVinci Resolve. The Panel is the same as the one for Adobe Premiere Pro and allows users to import clips and rough-cuts together with all the comments on the footage, start Automation jobs and the granular search function. Users can also reuse Media Library proxy fi les for offl ine editing, saving time and bandwidth. A single click relinks the timeline to proxy or high- resolution footage. Media Library now offers AAF support and will work with external transcoders. It also has improved sharing, quick renders for subclips into a physical fi le, an updated rough-cut editor interface and the ability to exclude certain folders from Media Library scans.


Faster storage: Elements One and Bolt really buzz with BeeGFS


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