Grabyo’s new multiviewer service gives live production teams the ability to manage multi-feed broadcasts from a web browser with no on-premise equipment.
As the shift to remote, cloud-production accelerates, Grabyo has taken a step forward towards delivering broadcast-quality live productions in the cloud, by adding a customizable, multiviewer accessible via a web-browser.
Multiviewers are an essential part of live production workflows, enabling directors and producers to view multiple feeds and sources in a single screen.This development is the first in a series of planned upgrades to Grabyo’s cloud-native live production platform, Grabyo Producer.
The addition of the multiviewer features, combined with Grabyo’s powerful low-latency, frame-accurate switching capabilities, playlisting tools, graphics authoring and multi-platform distribution means production teams can use Grabyo for a broad range of live broadcasts in the cloud.
Grabyo’s multiviewer supports:
- Customizable layout for preview, program and sources
- Ability to add over 30 configurable live sources
- Live clock
- Support for an unlimited number of independent multiviewers
- Ultra low latency, high-quality previews
- Multiple predefined layouts
- Sharing of multiviewers for team-wide access
- Built-in audio meters
The adoption of cloud-native broadcast tools removes on-site constraints for production teams, allowing teams to work remotely and collaborate in real-time. Cloud production enables hi-fidelity broadcasting to all major digital platforms, as well as TV. The services reduce the amount of on-prem equipment needed, dramatically lowering the cost of production.
Production teams can utilize a number of separate multiviewers within Grabyo Producer for a highly customizable user experience.
The addition of multiviewer is the latest enhancement to the Grabyo platform that gives broadcasters and publishers the essential tools to produce live video in the cloud.
Instead of high upfront costs to purchase production hardware and software, with upgrades limited by infrastructure capacity and a slow release cycle, production teams utilizing cloud services can be more flexible – scaling their usage, and spend, to suit their needs.
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