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Real-time sessions with Streambox

There are many solutions out there for editing in the cloud and connecting remotely, but one part of the workflow that is harder to come by is color accurate remote review and collaboration sessions. This is where you want to take a look at the tools by Streambox.

Chroma by Streambox enables real-time remote color grading, editorial review and content approvals for post-production. Transport of the highest quality 12-bit 4:4:4 video in various formats, such as 4K HDR, is achievable over public, private, and Streambox Cloud Services IP networks. Post professionals can share, view and listen to content with the necessary detail to make informed decisions from multiple remote locations.

For collaborative workflows in HD, the smaller Chroma X encoder/decoder provides near lossless video quality. You can create streaming content for broadcasting, enterprises, and post production by providing low latency video in HD formats over public and private IP networks.

For playout in 4K, Chroma + is a professional quality 4K video playout device that delivers HDMI output with optional support for Dolby Vision. It is a cost-effective solution to remotely and securely review post-production content in real-time with support for strong 256-bit encrypted connections. Chroma+ allows you to connect through Streambox Cloud Services for real time collaboration in 4K, UHD, 2K and HD.

Streambox recently announced that the Chroma products now support Dolby Vision® and Dolby Atmos®.


Another new and exciting product by Streambox is a virtual encoder called Spectra, which extends the capabilities to include color accurate remote review and collaboration. It is deployed as a cloud-based virtual machine and integrates with Avid and Adobe virtual editors. Future iterations of Spectra will support the same capability for virtual machine versions of DaVinci Resolve, Autodesk Flame and FilmLight’s Baselight.

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