AV Stumpfl Wings Engine

The server hosts AV Stumpfl’s media platform available for fixed or live environments.
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AV Stumpfl has developed the next generation of its Wings Engine. The server hosts AV Stumpfl’s media platform available for fixed or live environments. A dedicated operating system which is based on the Windows Embedded platform. The operating system features a dedicated operator desktop which shows no Windows elements but only AV Stumpfl’s proprietary functions such as a built in EDID manager, Backup&Restore and other system functions. All products are supported by AV Stumpfl’s international partners who offer support and product training on site. Here are some highlights:
• Production and operation workflow:
An operator’s system can be distributed over multiple physical machines. The multi timeline and multi master design enables ‘hot backups’ to be saved for critical jobs.
• Render engine:
The 64-bit architecture software core includes native support for professional GPU functions. Processing is achieved on GPUs saving server memory and other resources.
• Handling uncompressed video content:
The next generation server ensures playback of up to three streams of 4K image sequences at up to 60fps per stream in real-time.




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