Ingest Directly from Satellite Receivers
Splice Multicast Feeds to Cable, Transmitter, or Uplink
- Supports MPEG2 and MPEG4 transport streams and video over IP as SinglePTS and MulitPTS
- Multi-channel splicing of MPEG2 and MPEG4
- No baseband switching or keying required
- No need for downstream logo insertion
- No decoding to baseband
Multi-channel splicing of MPEG2 and MPEG4 media for direct feeds to cable or transmitter. No baseband switching or keying required.
Ingest compressed ASI and Ethernet directly from satellite receivers. No decoding to baseband.
Supports MPEG2 and MPEG4 tranports, streams, and video over IP as SPTS and MPTS. Single program transport streams. Multi-program transport streams.
Simultaneous playout of multiple HD and SD channels. Enabled by integral splicer and statistical multiplexer.
Provides logo insertion, crawls, and snipes. Eliminates need for downstream logo insertion and weather crawls.
Automated Scheduled Record (ASR) captures programs based on PIDs. User selects Program IDs via time-of-day schedule.
Splicing and integrated stat mux eliminates need for additional switcher, encoder, and mux. System splices the material and selects output sources according to MediaFire Automation schedule.
MediaFire IP Streamlines Your Workflow
- Captures programs based on PIDs
- User selects Program IDs via time-of-day schedule
- Ingest compressed ASI and Ethernet directly from satellite receivers
Automatic Prep from Media Delivery Services
- to prepare syndicated shows
- to trim short format spots – get rid of head and tail so you have first and last frame of video
Easy Prep from Satellite
- Provides I, B, or P frame-accurate trimming
- Runs on any desktop computer
- The shared metadata can be overlaid on the other stations’ raw program that is then automatically prepped for air
- Unique time-saving Bag and Tag feature allows users to mark show with graphic overlays
- Provides logo insertion, crawls, and snipes
- EAS and PSIP support
- Redundant splicers and mulitplexers
- Separate feeds for cable, transmitter, and satellite