Customisable Recording and Playout
SERVUS – is a software-only videoserver that supports a very wide range of IO-Devices as well as IP Stream and File formats as inputs and outputs. It combines the functionality from traditionally distinct products such as Decoder, Recorder, Transcoder, Playout server, Graphics server, Encoder within one engine. Due to its nature it can be deployed on premise, in a remote datacenter or at a public cloud. Therefore it addresses traditional as well as most modern business cases.
SERVUS is designed to be part of a larger ecosystem where a governing external Controller sends remote control commands to its API. Each SERVUS Node can make use of multiple inputs and outputs. Due to its´"job-centric" architecture various workflows can be applied with simple commands. A Job basically consists of a list of inputs and outputs. In case there is more than one input for a Job, the inputs are considered to be a playlist. You can mix any supported input source within the playlist. For instance the playlist could start for 10:30 with video from a capture card, then a network live stream follows for 00:30, followed by a file until its end. Usually there are more than one output for a Job, all outputs are being served in parallel and synced to a random live output. For instance one live stream is captured to a file while it is played out at the same time to SDI and also a WebRTC preview is generated to be shown at a computer monitor (e.g. embedded within control application user interface).
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