Two new models to the SMP 351 Streaming Media Processor lineup are being showcased at IBC by Extron Electronics. These new models offer 400 GB of internal solid state storage to accommodate more AV content.
All SMP 351 models feature five inputs, creating high impact presentations by combining two high resolution signals, a background image, and metadata into dynamic layouts that enhance a presentation’s message.
Extron’s FlexOS embedded operating system makes the SMP 351 easily adaptable to changing requirements, said the company. Applications can be uploaded to FlexOS that empower the SMP 351 to automate system operation using control ports.
Casey Hall, VP of sales and marketing at Extron, said,”We increased the internal solid state storage to support our customers who record content in very high quality or who record a large volume of material. These new models offer five times the internal storage, enhancing recording workflow flexibility, and giving customers more time before transferring content off the processor.”
Requiring no license fees, the SMP 351 is a flexible, cost effective media processor for delivering dynamic presentations to larger audiences, claimed Extron. It is aimed at any environment where AV sources can be streamed live or recorded, and where multiple AV sources are combined to enhance a presentation.
Organisations could use the SMP 351 to communicate with staff or students who cannot be present at an event, affording all the opportunity to review and gain insight into the live experience. It can be adapted to many applications, documenting any meeting, conference, or activity that uses AV sources.
Extron claimed the SMP 351 is ideal for use in corporate, education, government, healthcare, courtroom, house of worship, and rental and staging applications.