Government and Research
Cinedeck ingest systems are tailored to meet the demands of critical recording scenarios, offering essential features like IRIG-B timecode, multi-channel lossless JPEG2000 and H.264 encoding, uncompressed formats, and VANC insertion and extraction, all within a single, easy-to-use plug-and-play device. Designed specifically for video professionals in the government sector, our solutions cater to their unique requirements and ensure seamless integration into their workflows.
We understand that each workflow is unique, which is why Cinedeck provides customizable options such as video burn-ins, metadata, and XMLs, among other tailored features.
Whether you require a control interface compatible with your legacy peripherals or seek to future proof your ingest process, we are eager to collaborate with you and develop tailored solutions that cater to your specific needs.
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Cinedeck plays a crucial role in supporting NASA Kennedy Space Center’s operations by recording multiple channels of essential data for review, distribution, and archiving purposes. If you’ve witnessed rocket launches from NASA KSC in recent years, it’s highly likely that the footage originated from a Cinedeck recording.
Our custom installation at NASA incorporates tailored XMLs for MAM integration, IRIG timecode support, and real-time JPEG2000 and H.264 encoding. During a launch, each of the hundred channels is recorded to both a primary and redundant local SSD in 30-minute segments. This approach ensures that live recordings are not reliant on the network and facilitates easy file management and transport.
Simultaneously, clips are check-summed and automatically copied to nearline storage, providing a seamless and continuous recording process. This case study highlights Cinedeck’s commitment to delivering reliable and efficient solutions tailored to the unique demands of organizations like NASA Kennedy Space Center.