disguise launches vx 4+ media server with up to 100GbE bandwidth for higher resolution live video
disguise has release a new media server: the vx 4+. It is designed the vx4+ is designed for projects in need of a robust and scalable solution. The inclusion of two 100GbE network ports and 12G video capture as standard enables the vx4+ to be used for 4K xR compositing alongside a cluster of rx render nodes. The integration of a new PCI-Express 4.0 motherboard, CPU, GPU and RAID storage, ensures that the vx4+ video playback and compositing performance is good.
The vx 4+ is compatible with disguise’s upcoming IP Video Format Conversion (VFC) cards. IP-VFC is an industry-first and patented technology that enables users to change the video output signal from their disguise media server to a SMPTE 2110 video output.
The vx 4+ is designed to ensure maximum content quality and playback performance. Media industry is turning to extended reality and virtual production for an improved production process. Entertainment industry is trying to wow audiences with larger, immersive and more interactive attractions. The disguise solution has been created to welcome this demand.
“Production teams are perpetually seeking to push the boundaries of what is possible, with many experimenting with new technologies and workflows, using real-time content or using video content at unlimited scale and complexity. As these ambitions grow, playing back large-scale content reliably without latency remains a challenge,” explains disguise Chief Product Officer Raed Al Tikriti. “disguise vx 4+ addresses the pressing need for an ultra-reliable high-performance server capable of handling the most demanding bandwidth-hungry, data-rich video processing.”