Fast Forward Video (FFV) has been developing and manufacturing digital video recording (DVR) technology for more than 25 years and has built a solid reputation for durable, user-friendly designs that offer superior image quality. At the 2011 NAB Show, FFV will demonstrate an array of its award-winning DVR solutions, each designed with customer requirements in mind and built to the demanding specifications of today’s media operations, including:
For high-end recording and playback, Fast Forward Video’s (FFV) Omega HD(TM) digital video recorder (DVR) can record either SD or HD video with JPEG2000 compression and up to 100Mbit/s. Using the Omega HD recorder, users can simultaneously record, play, and store multiple SD and HD video files and create video clips, loops, and playlists using the simple-touch front panel. These features make the Omega HD an ideal solution for graphics, key and fill, station automation, commercial insertion, and instant replay applications.
A common fixture in mobile broadcasting vehicles for key and fill applications, the Omega HD can also provide a powerful and fully integrated alternative to high-end instant replay servers and is a popular choice for the growing demand for synchronized playback of dual video streams for stereoscopic 3-D applications.
“From the beginning, our customers have had significant input into the design and development of our products — and more than anything else, this philosophy has enabled Fast Forward Video to become the industry-leading provider of DVR solutions. Attendees at the 2011 NAB Show will experience our customer-centric approach first-hand through solutions such as the sideKick HD, which incorporates the flexibility producers expect while satisfying the demands of post-production editors,” said Paul DeKeyser, founder of Fast Forward Video.