The Teresis Genesis Encoder™ is a powerful rack mountable unit capable of ingesting four simultaneous encodes from four separate sources simultaneously. With each encoding instance, the production staff can create digital files for e-dailies, transcription, editing, archival simultaneously. The source SMPTE time code is retained in the files eliminating the need for time code burn in, enabling direct to edit, logging, and VOD workflow capability.
The software makes batch digitizing simple and efficient. It manages the workflow of "n" number of encodes from different sources simultaneously all from a single easy to use desktop interface. Multiple server units can be stacked to reduce bottlenecks and improve the efficiency of encoding by factors of four. Media can be watermarked and encrypted to protect files from unauthorized use and distribution throughout the workflow cycle.
The Teresis Genesis Encoder™ provides:
|Eliminates the need for VHS tape dubbing, and the leasing of dubbing equipment|
|Add on the optional Teresis MXF+ file encoding for Avid editing with automated sub clipping, retaining the source SMPTE time code and time code breaks, and writing files directly to a folder where they can be dragged and dropped into an Avid Project Bin.|
|Digitizes for Final Cut Pro editing with automated sub clipping, retaining the source SMPTE time code and time code breaks, and writing files directly to an Apple X San.|
|Transcode media files into Quick Time, H.264, Mpeg 2, Mpeg4, Avi, any size or resolution.|
|Can be stacked and configured to support "n" number of simultaneous encodes.|
|Eliminates the need for desktop logging systems, VHS tape decks, Beta decks, TV monitors, and other equipment used for logging and transcription.|
|Reduces the number of required post production staff.|
|Supports composite, SDI video with 4 channel audio, balanced and unbalanced.|
|Genesis Encoder™ can support HD media as well, down converting during the encode process.|
|Simple to use GUI with automated workflow and routing of the electronic media.|