Anyware Video: 2017 was a key year

Anyware Video: 2017 was a key year

Its flagship product line supports all the newest broadcast standards

2017 was a key year for Anyware Video; the French company shared its latest success and technological advancements at IBC. Thanks to R&D, its flagship product line supports all the newest broadcast standards, for the deployment of 4K/full-IP/Ultra-HD channels. It offers broadcasters the capability to harness the power of IP based workflows while working with top of the line UHD media and codecs.


Moreover the first semester saw Asian activities develop. From partnerships in several countries of the APAC region to the installation of leading projects in Japan, the continued collaboration with its partners is fruitful and represent a great prospect for the future. With its offices located in Japan, UAE and France, Anyware Video expanded his business and installed major projects in several technological domains and strategic sectors.


Pursuing its last years’ successes, Anyware Video continues to put On-Air 4K playout systems for premium channels, offering live programs as well as native 4K stocks.


OneGenie® 4K HDR

OneGenie®, one of Anyware Video’s flagship product has been deployed in SD, HD and Ultra HD. Automated, operated and monitored through a web client, OneGenie® has been designed to guarantee fully distributed architectures, with remote operation and system virtualization. It can be set with 1+1 or n+1 active redundancy and provides complete range of broadcast quality monitoring (SDI, SNMP…)


  • IP or BaseBand inputs (including quad-SDI or SDI 12G).
  • Supports all standard formats of the market until 500mbits.
  • Subtitling (OP47 broadcast format, with the possibility to bridge to quad-SDI) in File Mode (stl). Also in transparency (from a UHD input or file) or Live through the standard protocol NewFor.
  • Real-time 3D Dynamic OnAir Graphics.
  • Audio Shuffling and audio description.


Anyware Video is going beyong mere announcements. This year saw the completion of major projects focused on IP. From complex IPTV architecture running through several continents to WebTVs broadcasted through platforms like YouTube or DailyMotion, Anyware Video’s expertise of IP Playout has been used for many projects. The team has recently also deployed full architectures on the Cloud through OneGenie® IP, a field proven IP multichannel.


Ingest, Playout and OTT workflows

Through multiple projects, the architectures are designed for all sizes. Ingest is part of it, notably with the video server DubMaster® 4K, that offers the possibility to capture video content and to broadcast it in multi-format thanks with the 8 SD and/or HD channels. Specially designed for the TV channels, it is well integrated with the solutions that are already being used in the master control room and handles a set of tasks in the broadcasting process: capture and playout, TimeDelay, cropping and automatic montage of the programs of your AsRuns (automatic generation and transfers to the telecommunication operator or the Catch-Up TV websites).


It allows the automatic generation and the streaming of lower-resolution copies (WMV synchronous to the media used for the playout: MPEG, DV, MXF, XDCAM…). DubMaster®, a thought for the broadcast firms that want to go beyond the constraints

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