Due to its hybrid video processing engine, which eficiently uses both the GPU and CPU, one single Screenberry server can handle media playback up to 12K x 12K 30 fps / 8K x 8K 60 fps / 32 x Full HD layers at 60 fps with canvas sizes up to 32K x 32K*.A high frame rate (120, 240 fps)* and custom frame rates are also supported. All of this allows you to implement the most ambitious projects without getting into complicated clustered systems!
Rich Projection Calibration
Screenberry can warp and blend projectors onto flat, curved, and dome-shaped screens or onto 3D objects. The toolset includes:Automatic single or multiple camera-based projection alignment** (soft edge blending, warping, black level compensation, brightness calibration, gamma matching)Automatic projector pose estimation for faster and more precise projection alignment on complex 3D objectsManual image warping tools: corner pin, bezier, tri-mesh etc.
2D / 3D Workflow
2D and 3D compositing pipelines are available. The 2D workflow is designed for flat and relatively simple screen setups. The 3D environment is primarily used for projection mapping onto complicated objects such as building facades or automobiles;it allows users to import 3D models and set up virtual projectors and cameras. There is no need to pre-warp your content, as Screenberry will do it for you in real-time.
Multi-User Remote Control
Thanks to the full-fledged control over IP, multiple operators can simultaneously configure the system, upload content, and control shows remotely. The feature permits one to implement more complex show control scenarios and to operate fixed installations via a local network or the Internet.
Screenberry server natively runs on Windows and Linux. Screenberry Control Panel is available for Windows, macOS, iOS and has a customizable web interface.
Variety of Media
Screenberry supports a wide range of media sources: video files (RVA, H.264, H.265, MPEG-2, ProRes, HAP, CineForm), image files and sequences (PNG, JPG, TGA), audio files (WAV, AC3, MP3), 3D models (OBJ), live capture (SDI, DVI, HDMI, DP).
Content Encryption & Distribution
Worried about leasing your media content? Screenberry media server can directly play back video in a proprietary encrypted format ERVA. This enables producers and media designers to safely distribute media files worldwide and benefit from time-based or pay-per-play licensing.
Rich Projection Calibration Toolset
Since 2007, Screenberry media servers have proven their rock-solid stability in thousands of events and installations for the most demanding clients around the globe. Whether it is a live event or a large installation in a museum or planetarium, Screenberry is the platform you can rely on.
Protocols & Automation
Screenberry is capable of communicating with a variety of hardware and software by utilizing a wide range of protocols: Art-Net, MIDI, UDP, OSC, TCP/IP, RS-232, HTTP, PJLink, numerous vendor-specific projector/display control protocols.
Flexible Show Programming
Screenberry provides a full range of show creation and control tools including multiple timelines, playlists, cues, and independent media players.
Screenberry natively supports Notch playback***. This extends Screenberry capabilities with a vast array of real-time VFX tools for more impactful shows and performances.
Diuerent types of 3D stereo are supported: passive and active technologies with frame-sequential and side-by-side layouts. Screenberry is capable of outputting stereoscopic video on flat, curved, and dome screens.
Video over IP
Screenberry supports video over IP via the NDI® protocol. The server can receive and output multiple broadcast-quality video streams over standard Ethernet networks. This ouers additional possibilities for fixed installations and live productions. IP-based video streaming is also enabled via RTSP/RTMP protocols.
Using the Spout real-time video sharing framework, you can euortlessly inject visuals from 3rd party applications into Screenberry with no latency. This means Screenberry possibilities can be combined with other visual software such as Resolume, Unreal® Engine 4, Unity®, Processing, and VVVV while running on the same machine.
Screenberry, with node-based architecture at its core, provides creative freedom and intuitive control even for complex AV setups. Visual programming with nodes allows for a great number of setups, configurations, and control scenarios, as well as flexible audio/ video stream routing.
Screenberry has a modular architecture and its functionality can be extended with external plug-in modules. You can choose from agrowing range of Screenberry-compatible plug-ins and applications.
Screenberry supports multi-channel audio congurations with up to 64 channels via such interfaces as MADI and Dante®.