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Analog Way develops Picturall range

Analog Way develops Picturall range

Analog Way develops Picturall range

Analog Way has announced the availability of its next-generation, Linux-based media servers. Engineered around a newly developed hardware platform, the new Picturall Mark II series delivers enhanced performances for large-scale events and installations from a single server unit.

Replacing the current Picturall media servers, the French image processing systems innovator has added four products to the Picturall series with the Pro Mark II, Quad Mark II, Quad Compact Mark II and Twin Compact Mark II. Designed for video playback in fixed installations, broadcast, video rentals and live events, the Picturall Mark II series can drive up to 16 4K@60Hz LED videowall controllers or video projectors from a single server unit and enough power to play back media up to 16K@60Hz or uncompressed image sequences up to 8K@60Hz.

The latest media servers incorporate high-grade hardware components to provide a robust platform and deliver optimised uptimes for any mission-critical applications. To achieve high fault-tolerance capability, the Picturall Mark II media servers feature a redundant, hot-swappable power supply option. Up to six low-latency input cards can be inserted to capture up to 24 1080p@60Hz or six 4K@60Hz sources with a wide selection of input interfaces available to support one or more channels of 3G-SDI, HDMI 1.4 or HDMI 2.0. In addition to displaying HTML-based web content with full Java script support, the media servers can also receive several network video streams and are compatible with NDI live video streaming.

Designed to offer consistent performance and reliability for 24/7 applications, the Picturall Mark II media servers are readily equipped with read-intensive professional drives, with several storage options available to store uncompressed video content. High network bandwidth with two standard 10Gb/s Ethernet connectors promotes faster transmission of media files and more networked video streams. In addition to offering synchronised multichannel audio playback, the media servers also support real-time audio de-embedding and routing from HDMI or SDI sources, network streams and web sources. Equipped with several optional audio interfaces, the Mark II media servers are also compatible with a variety of third-party multichannel USB audio interfaces. All four products feature an Art-Net interface and Ethernet control via a standard TCP/IP socket connection supported by all major third-party control systems.



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