Nexio® mCAPTURE™, NX1011MC, is a compressed media stream recorder that extracts, formats and records individual programs of 4:2:0 or 4:2:2 color-space MPEG-2 or H.264/AVC video, and compressed or SMPTE 302M audio, along with embedded ancillary data when that program is delivered via an MPEG-2 single- or multi-program transport stream.
Using GPI, internal schedule, native API or VDCP-based automation control, programs are selected from single-program or multi-program transport streams delivered on either DVB-ASI-C or Gigabit Ethernet IP physical links. Content is stored as either MPEG ISO-compliant “Program Stream” or LXF files for interoperability. Content can be written to the optional internal storage of mCAPTURE, to a network NAS or via Ethernet connection to a Nexio® server system. Content can be trimmed and formatted using a nonlinear editor such as Velocity XNG™ or a third-party product. The captured and trimmed files can be played out on either the Digital Turnaround Processor™ (DTP™) or Nexio® server systems.
Applications for the mCAPTURE product include capture of occasional-use satellite feeds; store and forward of media from the Selenio™ video networking platform or DTP™; and capture of content for archival purposes. mCAPTURE supports ASI and IP inputs for flexibility. Auto-increment of IDs is also supported, which is extremely useful in crash record situations or when recording periodic events. Device control for the compressed media stream recorder is provided via Ethernet using a cross-platform web-based JAVA UI.
Records up to eight HD or SD programs at once from MPEG-2 transport streams
Supports both MPEG-2 (ISO 13818-2) and H.264/AVC (ITU 14496-10) video
Captures media to local, Network Attached Storage (NAS) or Nexio® server systems
Supports VDCP, GPI, native API or internally -driven scheduled recording
Ability to insert SMPTE 12M timecode into incoming streams
Automates periodic feeds with a built-in scheduler
Extends recording time with the push of a button
Supports auto-increment of IDs with rename capability for crash record functionality
Supports management and partial restores of recorded content using video archive communications protocol (VACP)
Checks content with I-frame monitoring of incoming programs
Direct Device control and monitoring via cross-platform Java-based GUI
Full server management via dedicated NIC and integrated Board Management Controller (BMC), remote KVM and power control
Dual Gigabit Ethernet IP input
Eight integrated RS-422 ports for VDCP-based automation control
Eight integrated GPI Inputs for third-party control