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SpectSoft Expands Rave Features to Include Scaling and Independent Colorspace Support (20/8/2010)
SpectSoft LLC., a leading provider of uncompressed video solutions, today announced the support of expanded rasters and mixed colorspace support within the Rave products.
Offering a solution that has the ability to mix SD, HD, 2K, 4K and even unusual rasters in the same playlist at the highest quality is only a portion of what Rave is all about. Rave now ships standard with the ability to support any frame sizes you give it, scale them, convert them and play them out in real-time via SDI." comments Jason Howard, Lead Developer of Rave.
Rave is a Linux based solution geared towards multi-user, high-end work-flows that first emerged in 2001 and has since found its way into many high-end facilities worldwide. Designed to emulate a deck and natively support standard industry frame formats, Rave offers the most comprehensive, expandable solution on the market today. With the flexibility and benefits of a file server, Rave is offering facilities an easy, inexpensive way to maintain a fully uncompressed digital path as they move from tape and film based workflows into an all digital one.
Rave supports both video and data infrastructures and allows frames to immediately be usable, no matter where they originate from. Features of Rave include:
Up to 2 SDI streams of 4:2:2 or 4:4:4, simultaneously for capture or playback
"The design and feature set of Rave continues to grow, while maintaining the same economical philosophy," comments Ramona Howard, Co-founder of SpectSoft.
The newest features to Rave have been added at no additional cost.
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