Woody Ingest Live is now integrated with Rascular’s RouteMaster

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Woody Technologies, developer of software solutions for ingest and media processing,  announces a partnership with Rascular Technology, longstanding software design company that creates customisable control and monitoring applications for third-party, professional video technologies.

Woody Ingest Live – a solution offered by Woody Technologies in partnership with Libero Systems to record SDI, Newtek’s NDI® and IP streams – is now integrated with Rascular’s RouteMaster, enabling router control capabilities for all Woody Ingest Live customers.

Rascular’s RouteMaster solution integrates with routers from various vendors, supporting a wide range of protocols and brands (Evertz, Grass Valley, Nevion, BlackMagic…). It also allows the combining of a separate audio router and video router into a single entity. RouteMaster can also construct MultiRouters – where several physical routers are joined together with timelines to form a larger routing system.

Ephraim Barrett, Rascular Sales Director, says, “We have a long history of partnering with key industry technologists and we’re pleased to be working with Woody Technologies, allowing their customers to take advantage of integrated routing and ingest. RouteMaster is a powerful and very flexible software router control solution.”

Thanks to this new integration, Woody Ingest Live scheduler allows ingest operators to select a specific source for each recording job. All operations are performed in a web-based UI, allowing both scheduled and crash recordings. RouteMaster can be deployed on Woody Ingest Live scheduler server or run independently.

Woody Ingest Live records and delivers media and metadata to post-production environments or Media Asset Management systems, enabling edit while capture for Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. It integrates with MAM solutions including Avid® MediaCentral, Grass Valley® Stratus, Dalet® Galaxy and others.

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