ScreenBox system generates and displays multimedia images (including variety of media data) of high-resolution. Wide range of possibilities, friendly user interface, as well as the modular architecture allow the system to meet the requirements of any production from TV studios to Central and regional TV channels.
ScreenBox system consists of two modules: server and editor. The server receives video-audio signals and displays multi media images to monitor. The active template determines video windows sizes, its positions, as well as graphic design of the whole screen. The server stores a range of prepared templates. Its change (activation) is carried on the screen instantly. Changes of the active template are also appeared instantly. The editor helps to create and modify the working template.
The system receives up to 16 input channels, but can be extended and installed in 1U, 2U, 3U or 4U chassis. The number of simultaneously displayed video of various formats is almost unlimited. Each video window can be accompanied by 2 audio indications.
Possibility to receive and display the status of GPI and Tally signals for monitors’ replacement in the control room.
The system allows displaying static text fields with user-defined settings of style, size and color. Any text field can be separate or linked to the video window. One multi-screen can contain several analogue or digital clocks with different time zones.
The possibility of ScreenBox and AutoPlay playout system interoperation. In this case, ScreenBox receives protocol packets from AutoPlay by the network, including information about the names of the current and next playlist events, time to end of the current event, type of the next event start and other service information.
Control recording option. As an option, the ScreenBox system offers the function of control recording in 25 frame/sec mode with user-defined datarate.
Logging. Log-file formed by the system contains information about the system status, configuration changes and possible failures (power failure / recovery of the video signal phase, extended absence of sound (is set by user)). All records are maintained with reference to time and channel.