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Author Topic: Best Choice For Live Event HD Video Playback  (Read 12236 times)

Steve Kennedy-Williams

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Re: Best Choice For Live Event HD Video Playback
« Reply #10 on: June 19, 2014, 02:07:29 pm »

Alright, cool - thanks for the info.  You also may want to look into a solid state HDD if things lag a bit; they're getting cheaper every day, and will make an appreciable difference.  Also, is this a dedicated machine, or is it handling other tasks (recording, web streaming, etc.)?  Video playback (especially HD and higher) is very taxing on a system, and resources can run out quickly.

Software playback we use PlaybackPro

Our dedicated hardware solution. Grass Valley - T2 iDDR
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Ian Mansfield

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Re: Best Choice For Live Event HD Video Playback
« Reply #11 on: July 28, 2014, 01:31:21 pm »

Arkaos Grand VJ gives great playback options, runs stable and is not that heavy on hardware. With something like the APC 20 from Akai, triggering tracks is easy.
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Re: Best Choice For Live Event HD Video Playback
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