The gx 2c features more GPU processing power than ever before for faster, more powerful performance to render more particles, effects and rich content environments, all at higher resolutions and smoother frame rates.
Designed to scale and fit as part of a bigger media server system, the disguise gx range enables creatives to go beyond the power of a single server solution, into distributed systems with multiple servers working as one to create a seamless immersive experience.
Like all gx range servers, the gx 2c will come with an integrated two year Notch playback license for seamless delivery of generative effects.
disguise also showcased the new vx 4 server, the flagship of the pro range. Previewed at Integrated Systems Europe 2019, where it won a highly coveted ‘Best of Show’ award, the vx 4 builds on the legacy of the pro range and has been engineered to play back video at higher quality, smoothness and resolution.
The vx 4 is optimised to play up to four times uncompressed 4K60 using its high-performance NVME RAID drive array, and has the capability of playing lossless 10-bit video. Additionally, the vx 4 can capture 16 3G-SDI sources or four 4K sources (2160p60).
Also on the InfoComm floor was the latest version of disguise’s r15.2 software, which includes integration with Agile Remote Cameras’ range of PTZ cameras, enabling full control over exposure, gamma, gain modes and other settings.
The latest release also includes a new integration with Riedel, for control of Mediornet, allowing users to switch routes in the same way as switching a conventional matrix route.
“The disguise 3D workflow and software that rides on these media servers continues to garner industry attention and is used to imagine, create, engineer and deliver many of the most compelling shows around the US and the world,” said Grif Palmer, General Manager for disguise in the Americas.