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Primestream

Capture all your live feeds

Primestream Media IO™ is an advanced solution for video production and distribution, enabling recording from sources such as HLS, RTSP, SDI and NDI. Media IO uses the power of IP to record from almost any source including bonded cellular devices and encoders. Transcode virtually any IP stream, camera, or broadcast source to ProRes, XDCAM, HEVC, AVC and DNxHD for fast integration into production and distribution workflows. Media IO also enables editors to preview live sources and edit them while capturing. The application is seamlessly integrated with Primestream Xchange Asset Management platform for fast and easy access and control over all your assets.

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Features

Capture web, camera, and broadcast sources such as HLS, MPEG Dash, and RTSP streams in single or multiple self-contained file formats.

Preview live recordings inside your Web browser and edit while capturing streams in Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro.

Supports software-driven IP workflows using NewTek NDI and SMPTE IP streams with compatible hardware together with Bonded Cellular devices and encoders.

Natively reads and writes leading broadcast file formats such as ProRes, XDCAM, DNxHD, and AVC-Intra, as well as H.264 for proxy assets and the delivery of web content

Easily manage signal paths and automate the creation of real-time proxies through configured presets with defined sources and file formats.

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Bonded Cellular Integration

This solution harnesses the power of IP to facilitate the capture of live IP-based video transmission from almost anywhere a cellular signal is available. Primestream’s Media I/O solution manages all of the streams in software and in real time, automatically transcoding into broadcast formats. Primestream’s Media I/O provides an elegant solution to integrate these new sources into any workflow.

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Winner of TV Technology’s 2018 Best of Show Award at NAB

Media IO and Primestream’s new media framework gives users the ability to capture all of the sources they need using a single solutions. It also transforms incoming sources into production friendly formats on the fly seamlessly connecting almost any synchronous source into the production and archival workflow.

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Architectures

Media I/O | Server

 

Broadcast and Automation-ready Media Capture and Media Playback platform for baseband and network signal paths.

Media I/O | Desktop

 

Simple to deploy broadcast-ready media capture application for baseband and network signal paths

Supported Codecs and Formats:

 

 

Video Codecs:

 

Apple ProRes 422 HQ**
Apple ProRes 422**
Apple ProRes LT**
Apple ProRes Proxy*
Apple ProRes 4444*
XDCAM HD (35 Mb/s VBR)**
XDCAM HD422 (50 Mb/s CBR)**
XDCAM EX (35 Mb/s VBR)**
AVC-Intra  50M**
AVC-Intra  100M**
AVC-Intra  200M**
DV/DVCPro**
DVCPro 50*
DVCPro HD**
H.264*
IMX/D10 30 Mb**
IMX/D10 40 Mb**
IMX/D10 50 Mb**

 

* Quicktime wrapper support
**QuickTime and MXF Op1a wrapper support

 

Audio Codecs:

 

AAC
Apple Lossless
Linear PCM

 

IP Streams:

 

HTTP HLS
RTMP
RTSP
HTTP MPEG Dash
NDI®
SMPTE 2022/6
SMPTE ST2110

 

File Wrappers:

 

MXF OP1a
.mp4 .m4v
QuickTime (.mov)

 

System Requirements:

 

Media IO | Desktop

 

Minimum System Requirements:

 

  • macOS 10.6.8 or later with Intel Xeon E5 8C 3.5 Ghz
  • Windows 10 with Intel® Xeon® E5-2650 v4 @ 2.20Ghz
  • 4 GB of RAM per channel recommended
  • Most storage that can sustain the required constant write speed (depending on the number of streams, the codec and format).

 

Media IO | Server

 

Minimum System Requirements:

 

  • macOS 10.6.8 or later with Intel Xeon E5 8C 3.5 Ghz CPU
  • Windows 10 with Intel® Xeon® E5-2650 v4 @ 2.20Ghz CPU
  • 32 GB of RAM per server recommended
  • Most storage that can sustain the required constant write speed (depending on the number of streams, the codec and format).

 

Video Cards:

 

KONA LHe Plus*
KONA Lhi*
KONA IP*
KONA 4
KONA IO4K
KONA IO4K+
KONA 5

 

*Currently not supported

with Media IO Desktop