WASP3D, a global provider of end-to-end, real-time broadcast graphics solutions for live production, is using custom installation packages with AJA Corvid 88, Corvid 44 and Corvid 24 I/O cards at the core.
The New Delhi-based company, which has offices around the world, integrates real-time broadcast graphics for livestreaming, OTT, television and professional AV workflows, with hundreds of installations in more than 40 countries.
In WASP3D’s live production workflows, each Corvid card hosts up to eight simultaneous input and output streams, providing a solution for graphics playout servers and channel-in-a-box systems. Corvid provides workflow flexibility with multi-format I/O support and configurable input and output sources for separate fill and key channels. AJA’s open SDK allows for custom Corvid control to align with graphic playout server requirements.
“AJA’s Corvid cards are some of the best investments we’ve ever made,” said WASP3D’s director, Tushar Kothari. “They are easy to use and extremely reliable. Integrating Corvid cards increases stability and ease-of-use for our broadcast and livestreaming workflows, and we know that AJA’s team is always available to help out if we have questions or run into any issues.”
Access to AJA’s SDK support site provides WASP3D with the latest news and updates for device support and configuration, in addition to dedicated technical support. As registered AJA Developer Program Partners, WASP3D has access to the latest development tools to visualise solutions and simplify debugging. Pro AVL Asia