The Synchromesh DDR is a turn-key upgrade from an HD VTR or DDR. It runs a show hardened Linux system, boots fast and plays Quicktime movies using a wide range of codecs, or records to a removable SATA hard disk
Synchromesh Turbine is our 'mini' solution. It's a small, rugged package, but plays out mildly compressed video with the quality and flexibility of it's older brother, the Synchromesh DDR. Turbine works on MeshNet, can play in sync with other units, and receives all it's commands from other units or MeshShift, or external control (TCP/IP).
Turbine offers the power of Synchromesh playback, with less footprint in your machine room - and wallet! Team it with DDRs or Octane to get the most power.
Synchromesh Octane turns an ordinary computer - or an extraordinary one, you choose - into am HD capable recording station. Record video, transcode and compress on the fly, and if you have a Mesh, automatically share the files with all units at startling speed. Currently supports Macs with OS X Leopard.
MeshShift is an easy to use application you can install on a computer of your choice to control Synchromesh channels (excepting Spark). MeshShift mimics the appearance of the Synchromesh DDR front panel, so there's nothing else to learn, and it can access the full power of the system: controlling any channel, changing settings, importing and exporting media
Every Synchromesh DDR includes a Utility app that can quickly boot into a simple environment to offer basic system repair and configuration utilties, such as RAID drive formatting, or system upgrades
Synchromesh offers a range of digital playback solutions for event or installation use, using cutting edge GPU-based video processing.
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