Bluefish444 announces 4K/HD/SD support for HMS DiSA

Bluefish444 announces 4K/HD/SD support for HMS DiSA

DiSA fulfils the needs of professional broadcasting

Bluefish444 announces compatibility with HMS’ DiSA broadcast automation solution for the Windows platform. HMS DiSA is an integrated channel-in-a-box solution for broadcasters, providing an entirely digital workflow to optimise ingest and playout processes.


With options for advanced channel graphics, news feed crawls, teletext and subtitling, EPG, WSS and EAS insertion, as well as NDI® protocol functionality, DiSA fulfils the needs of professional broadcasting.


Bluefish444 and HMS have collaborated to add DiSA support for the entire Epoch range of video I/O cards, providing a high quality UHD, 3G or 1.5G SDI broadcast or playout workflow. The DiSA software suite integrates with Epoch I/O cards to take advantage of multi-card support, fill & key, and LTC I/O capabilities for its users.


“Well regarded within the industry, HMS has been on the Bluefish444 radar for a while and we are pleased to announce this partnership”, says Jonathan Fall, OEM Director of Bluefish444 Europe. “HMS has developed a product flexible enough to accommodate national TV broadcasters to local TV channels, and users will be able to take full advantage of the integration of the Epoch range of I/O cards and feature set adopted by HMS.”


“Bluefish444 provides excellent products that perfectly fit our needs in order to create and manage a wide range of innovative services,” states Frank Mistol, CEO at HMS. “With an extensive feature set and extraordinary reliability of their SDI boards, as well as perfect support and agile structures within the company, we have gained another important partnership for HMS.”


Bluefish444’s Epoch video I/O card range, compatible with HMS DiSA, is available from Bluefish444 authorised distributors and resellers worldwide.

TM Broadcast International

Broadcast and audiovisual digital magazine

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