RGB Spectrum unveils video recording system for mission critical environments

RGB Spectrum has unveiled its Zio recording system that supports third-party IP signal sources and Zio-generated streams.

The product is available in both commercial and ruggedised versions. It supports camera, computer, and other signals up to 3840 x 2160, 60Hz. Additionally, it supports third-party playback applications like VLC and playback on its own decoders and multiviewers.

Designed for scalability and versatility, the Zio Recording System is available in 1RU and 2RU configurations, depending on storage requirements. It is fully compatible with the entire Zio product family, including encoders and decoders, multiviewers, and video walls. Users can choose H.264 or H.265 video compression.

The Zio Recording System comprises several key components. The recorders offer storage capacities to accommodate varying requirements and can simultaneously record and playback up to 30 IP streams. With a FIFO architecture for efficient recording and the ability to export video segments for external playback, users have control over recorded content. The system supports single stream and synchronised group playback with full control, including Jump to Time, Pause, Resume, and variable playback speeds from 0.1x to 10x.

Encoders are available in single- or multi-channel options, in standard or ruggedised enclosures. Decoders come in a variety of single- and multi-window configurations, in standard or ruggedised enclosures. An optional ruggedised server manufactured in the US by Mercury Systems is available for mobile and military applications. Ruggedised versions of all components are used by the US Navy and other armed services.

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