“Production teams are perpetually seeking to push the boundaries of what is possible, with many experimenting with new technologies and workflows, using real-time content or using video content at unlimited scale and complexity; and as these ambitions grow, playing back large-scale content reliably without latency remains a challenge,” stated Raed Al Tikriti, Chief Product Officer, disguise.
To deal with this challenge, disguise has released a new vx 4+ media server with the capability to handle twice the amount of video layers versus its predecessor. The new disguise vx 4+ machine ramps up storage performance and improves video throughout, with up to 100GbE in bandwidth for higher resolution live video.
According to Al Tikriti, disguise vx 4+ can handle the pressing need for an ultra-reliable high-performance server capable of handling the most demanding bandwidth-hungry, data-rich video processing.
He added, “Built on our team’s deep understanding of the needs of today’s productions, installations and large-scale shows, the vx4+ offers our customers cutting-edge technology, that works with the disguise modular ecosystem of solutions and offers the most reliable and effective solution for your production.”
To support the delivery of next-generation visual experiences to audiences everywhere, disguise is also releasing its vx 4+ compatible IP Video Format Conversion (VFC) cards in the second half of 2022.