WITNESS - Cost-effective compliance recording system

    

New Version coming soon

WITNESS is a logging or compliance recorder that stores the broadcasted audio and video in Windows Media 9 format, allowing the users to view the video stream over the LAN .

Witness is a logging or compliance recorder that stores the broadcasted audio and video in Windows Media 9 format, allowing the users to view the video stream over the LAN. Witness comes together with its own default browser (Clips Browser) and as an alternative it is possible to integrate Witness with MediaXplorer, thus exploiting the full potentialities of a Compliance Recording system when supported by a MAM browser.

Clip browse: Clips Browser offers the support to burn a DVD with the material that has been selected in the archive. The administrator of the system can easily configure all the parameters of Witness, beginning from the definition of various templates or profiles. The Profiles may be highly customized and stored for future use, for example:

  • SD or HD
  • Mode (CBR or VBR)
  • Codec
  • Standard (PAL, NTSC or Custom)
  • Audio format
  • Video format
  • Bit rate

                      

            
Flexible configuration and integration with other Media-Alliance products

Burnt-in Time Code: Time code is superimposed and burnt into video; it can be a full date and time string.

Data Storing: Witness can store data to single Hard Disk and/or Tape Drive. Witness can also be interfaced to traditional Tape Library or DiskArchive ALTO.

Witness-in-a-box: Witness can be supplied with Crystal Server with up to 4 channels, ready to go: just define TCPIP and video parameters, define main/backup configuration and start it and let it go unattended for months or years.

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