Pixera launch: New interface design transforms AV Stumpfl media server offering

At InfoComm 2018, AV Stumpfl will offer a first glimpse of its Pixera media server software that combines a powerful render engine with a completely new interface approach.

The 64-bit system for real-time media processing, compositing and management is designed to be easy to use by beginners and specialists. 

Actions in the 2D and 3D space follow the same mechanisms. The system was designed so that users can execute the most important basic actions quickly.

New interface logic offers intuitive understanding of the main software mechanics and delivers access functions via a user-friendly GUI. 

Seamless integration of 2D and 3D spaces assists fast show programming, compositing and warping/projection mapping.

Integrated projector and LED display databases offer drag and drop pre-configuration and it supports NDI streaming. The powerful render engine can handle ultra high resolution content. 
AV Stumpfl Pixera One
In addition to the Pixera software, AV Stumpfl will also introduce two new media server models called Pixera One [pictured above] and Pixera Two.

Both models are scheduled to be officially released together with the Pixera software later this year as part of a new media server product structure that will be gradually implemented in the next 12 months.

The new media server models are compact and use the latest processor technology. They offer “à la carte options” for specifying hardware components, input cards and/or software upgrades. Both models support the new Flex input card technology.

Pixera One is a compact 1U server model that can be upgraded to play back uncompressed 4K at 60fps. With a depth of 45cm, the Pixera One is suited to installation environments and will be available with two or four outputs.

Pixera Two is a 2U server model that is similar to the Pixera One in many ways but offers more customisation options and a redundant power supply. Pixera Two will be available with two, four or eight outputs.

AV Stumpfl will also show the T-32 Shift screen system [pictured below] on its InfoComm stand. TheAV Stumpfl T32 Shift projection screen leg makes it possible for one person to adjust a mobile projection screen's height, without having to disassemble it first. No extra measuring is needed to ensure that the frame is level, due to a clearly marked height scale.

The T-32 Shift is compatible with AV Stumpfl's Monoblox32 and MonoClip32 projection screen frames, which means it can easily be combined with existing AV Stumpfl screen systems.

Using the T-32 Shift, it takes less than five minutes to assemble and adjust an AV Stumpfl mobile projection screen system, including height adjustments.

AV Stumpfl will exhibit at the InfoComm show June 6 to 8 on stand C3810 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.

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