- Compatible with a vast variety of compression types: MPEG2, HDV, DV, AVC/H.264, WMV/VC-1, MPEG1, etc.
- Supports a multitude of media containers: MPEG system, program, transport streams, AVI, raw DV, MXF, QuickTime, GXF, etc.
- Mixed playout of all compressions and containers in a single playlist
- Totally unlimited on-air playlist editing
- Advanced time-based scheduling with automated conflict resolving
- Output video scaling for picture-in-picture and info channel look with live video and graphics
AirBox Neo provides automated content playout for satellite channels, cable head-ends, over-the-air broadcasters and corporate TV users. Itis designed to be extremely robust, in order to meet the highest reliability demands of on-air playout. Due to its unique modular architecture itis also suitable for webcasters, hotel Pay TV channels, corporate presentations, video wall sourcing and other program distribution systems.At a fraction of the price of any digital videotape player, a single AirBox server offers the same visual quality at its single or multi-channel SDIoutputs, multi-language audio, graphics and subtitle insertion, last-minute playlist changes and clip editing.
AirBox Neo supports MPEG1/2/H.264, HDV and DV streams from virtually every known production platform providing AVI, MPEG, WMV,Quick Time or MXF content. Files from third-party servers such as Leitch or Seachange are natively supported.
For live productions, any changes to the playlist during on-air session are possible! There are no qued or locked clips. Every clip in theplaylist, except the one which is currently playing, can be trimmed, edited or repositioned. Moreover, playlist order can be changed on-the-flywith commands like skip to next or jump. Such order changes are performed seamlessly without stopping current playout session. Liveproductions are facilitated by the powerful Live Show Clipboard which allows insertion and/or execution of various events or live streams.
For automated playout AirBox Neo allows fixed-time scheduling for weeks ahead. Resulting gaps or time overlaps are automatically resolvedin order to ensure continuous operation even when conflicting timed events are present. Special facilities ensure uninterrupted operation ifcontent files or even entire schedules are missing or misplaced.
Playout sessions are being logged for monitoring and control purposes. The log can be later used for extracting actual playout sequencewith exact timings or identifying user intervention into the playout session. The logging and recovery options allow completely unattendedremote operation.