05.13.2009 04:00 PM
360 Systems features HD MAXX-2400 video server at NAB Show

The new HD MAXX-2400 video server from 360 Systems, introduced at the NAB Show, offers four video outputs, two inputs, 12TB of storage and a broad set of server tools.

The MAXX-2400 plays up to four HD video streams at once, or it can record two streams while playing two others. It also can be used as a graphics store with linked key-and-fill capability.

Standard features include HD-SDI video I/O with frame synchronization, for recording wild sources like tape and satellite feeds. Audio formats include embedded audio and choice of AES/EBU digital or balanced +4 analog.

The MAXX-2400 uses JPEG2000 compression, and the company offers JPEG2000 at bandwidths to 125Mb to suit every level of image quality.



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