Cinedeck ingest systems support features that critical record situations require such as IRIG-B timecode, multi-channel lossless JPEG2000 and H.264 encoding, uncompressed formats and VANC insertion and extraction all in one plug and play device.
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From countdown to launch, Cinedeck records multiple channels of critical data for review, distribution and archive for NASA Kennedy Space Center. If you’ve seen rocket launches from NASA KSC in the past few years, it likely started as a Cinedeck recording.
The Cinedeck installation at NASA includes custom XMLs for MAM integration, IRIG timecode support and real time JPEG2000 and H.264 encode.
During launch, each of the one-hundred channels are recorded to a primary and redundant local SSD in 30min chunks so that no live recording is dependent on the network and files are segmented for easy transport and handling. In the background, clips are check summed and automatically copied to nearline storage happening continuously during the recording.