836-FastServe Ingest-Hero Desktop

FastServe | Ingest turns content around faster with powerful next-generation broadcast video servers that offer high channel count in a compact new design. FastServe | Ingest meets the baseband capture challenges of live news, sports, and entertainment productions and provides maximum collaborative efficiency when used with MediaCentral and Avid NEXIS.
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    • Turn content around faster

      FastServe | Ingest enables dispersed creative teams to access and edit incoming media as it’s being captured—even demanding UHD resolutions— from anywhere. Increase the speed and accuracy of media ingest through advanced automated.

    • Easily capture HD, UHD, and HDR media

      FastServe | Ingest can encode up to four UHD streams or up to eight HD streams simultaneously from in-studio cameras, satellite feeds, and other input sources. It also offers HDR support for Avid DNxHR and XAVC-I 1080p formats, as well as DNxHR UHD. Benefit from reduced power consumption with the new compact G2 form factor. 

    • Edit media during capture

      When used with MediaCentral, you can log and edit incoming streams as they’re being ingested—within seconds of recording start. FastServe can also create high-quality proxies* in parallel, making the multi-resolution clip instantly available to MediaCentral and Media Composer users to speed up the creative process. 

       

    • Add AVC-I and/or XAVC-I ingest

      Extend your codec support with up to eight AVC-I 100 or XAVC-I Class 100 HD, 1080i, or 1080p ingest channels. Simultaneous dual ingest of high-res and proxy media directly to Avid NEXIS, multi-resolution dynamic relink for MediaCentral and Media Composer editors simplifies the workflow. 

    • Streamline multi-cam workflows

      With the FastServe | Ingest remote console, you can sync multiple channels over multiple servers to start and stop recording and transfers with a single button press. Get easier file management and reduce the complexity of synchronizing multiple camera feeds for editing.

    * With XDCAM, XAVC-I, and AVC-I formats

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