While the exact nature of several technology launches are a closely guarded secret, Austrian engineering company AV Stumpfl will release new feature updates to Wings Engine Raw. Wings Engine Raw offers uncompressed 4K media serving.
Media serving and control highlights
At ISE 2016, AV Stumpfl will showcase Avio Manager 2 control network and architecture software that intuitively recognises any systems device for easy set up, maintenance and support. Systems are graphically wired by simply dragging lines between ports. The Avio Master show controller and FHD Player uses in-built Avio Manager 2 will be shown alongside the IObox solid-state show controllers and Wings Engine Stage and Play powerful and shock-proof media servers.
Collaborative working meets timeline based multimedia media serving
Another industry first, AV Stumpfl will present a completely new Multi Master workflow for the Wings media server product range. In real-time and regardless of location, multiple operators can work together collaboratively on projects using the same media server outputs.
This means that one operator can control background projection whilst another can add overlays or add or change content live at runtime, even whilst the show is running – a valuable live production tool!
The perfect screen backdrop
At the AV Stumpfl stand, a giant curved Fullwhite projection screen will be ingeniously combined with the trade show stand construction and Inviframe screen backdrop creation system. Almoe AV Rentals in Dubai uses Inviframe for backdrops and presentations for various corporate meetings and presentations.
This will be shown alongside another ground-breaking projection screen innovation, which until ISE is a closely guarded secret.
AV Stumpfl will show their line up of established screens including Monoblox, Curve and motorized projection screens.
AV Stumpfl presents at ISE Commercial Theatre
AV Stumpfl will participate in the ISE Commercial Theatre where Horst Damoser, head of media service sales will present Real World 4K installations on Tuesday, 9 February at 17:00-17:30 and Oliver Hauser, head of project management and support, will present What could possibly go wrong? focusing on network and control architecture on Wednesday, 10 February at 11:00-11:30.
AV Stumpfl across the show floor
Demonstrating its industry wide acceptance, AV Stumpfl screens, media serving and control technology will be shown on several technology partner stands including AED Display (1-N50), AOTO Electronics Co., Ltd. (11-H65), Canon (1-F44), Digital Projection Ltd (1-F42), dnp denmark as (1-F69, 2-A42), Sony (1-H20), and VIOSO GmbH (1-G3).