Stream Labs manufactures and supplies professional television
hardware and software for central and regional television companies,
satellite and cable television, music, news informational and sports
channels and programs.
multi-channel monitoring system provides real time control of several
video and audio signal sources simultaneously on computer screen /
plasma / LCD-television set. Stream MultiScreen software features a
user-friendly interface with various graphic design functions, MPEG TS
support, emergency log, etc. Stream MultiScreen was selected by
first-rate European news channel Russia Today, TVC, Stargate TV,
Geotelecom channels and others.
Stream Labs software,
allows to solve a wide spectrum of tasks, from comprehensive broadcast
automation, graphic design of television programs, SMS-chat and
real-time voting composition, to company workflow automation, content
management, teletext and hidden subtitles transfer.
I\O CG Cards
Stream Labs manufactures multi-functional highly technological computer cards,
which provide a basis for creation of on-air graphic design systems
(CG-systems) and broadcasting video servers. Incorporating
state-of-the-art technologies and cutting-edge achievements from the
world of microelectronics in our cards makes them popular on both local
and international markets. Stream Labs cards are used as hardware basis
for such software manufacturers as Alpha Pro, Playbox, CORG Computers,
Radio 5, Dupraz Media and others.
STREAM video servers
based on Stream Labs genlock cards is a powerful, cost-effective and
ready-to-use solution for broadcast design and playout automation.
Stream Logo SDI v2.0
is a self-contained device, which is at the same time Logo Generator
and Inserter/Keyer. Open architecture and built-in Phillips Trimedia
powerful processor enable enhancing the functions of this device through
internal algorithms perfection, without any hardware changes.
Test Pattern Generator TPG-8
is a compact, portable device with extreme usability, designed to
generate test video signals to assess resolution, dynamic range, and
colour rendition in video monitors, video servers and nonlinear editing
systems after digitisation and compression.