To meet the growing need for flexible and scalable live production tools across the broadcast and media industry, Grabyo has launched two new monthly subscription plans for its live broadcasting platform, Grabyo Producer.
Grabyo Producer is accessed using just a laptop and web browser, with all video processing and transport executed in the cloud. Production teams use Grabyo Producer to reduce the amount of equipment and resources required to produce and deliver live video, while working collaboratively from anywhere in the world, in an on-prem, remote, or hybrid workflow.
Grabyo’s mission is to bring all the functionality of traditional broadcast equipment and deliver it in a highly accessible and scalable platform. Traditionally, live broadcasting requires high CapEx investment, purchasing new hardware on upgrade cycles with limitations of scale and capacity.
Using cloud-based tools, brands can spread the cost with flexible OpEx investment, which also enables production teams to instantly increase their bandwidth while only paying for what they use.
Broadcast tools in a cloud environment
Grabyo has recently released a number of new services and features to equip production teams with the tools they need to create broadcast-quality live video in the cloud.
Multiviewers are an essential part of live production workflows, enabling directors and producers to view multiple feeds and sources on a single screen. Grabyo’s browser-based multiviewer is accessed using its own dedicated interface within Grabyo Producer, with the ability to monitor up to 30 live feeds in high-definition, ultra-low latency preview windows.
Unlike traditional audio mixer hardware, the Grabyo Audio Mixer can be also operated remotely and can be customized for the needs of individual users and events.
The service supports precise dBFS level monitoring, the ability to set volume, gain and pan and mute, listen to audio sources independently using pre-fade, after-fade or output listening and create and manage audio layers.
Grabyo’s audio mixer can support a large number of individual audio sources per event, with the option to add multiple audio mixers and vision mixers for the same event if required.