Advanced Television

Grabyo offers broadcast-grade production tools in cloud-native platform

April 4, 2023

Grabyo, the SaaS platform for cloud-based live production, clipping and editing, is bringing major updates to NAB 2023, including an advanced audio mixing service and hardware device integrations with customised user controls.

Grabyo says it is the first video production platform to offer the functionality of broadcast-grade production in a cloud-native environment.

Grabyo’s platform provides customers with the capabilities for high-quality broadcasting and event production, offering the flexibility to cut costs and reduce carbon emissions using remote and distributed production workflows.

Its new audio mixer and routing controls will bring many of the advanced features of traditional mixing desks to Grabyo’s current audio system, including channel strips, paths, AFL and PFL soloing with support for mono, stereo and 5.1 surround sound outputs. It will offer customisable user configurations to optimise the audio workflow for specific events or broadcasts.

Grabyo is also releasing support for a range of hardware devices and control surfaces to streamline the transition from traditional production to the cloud. Users will be able to map hardware consoles, such as MIDI devices, to control inputs across Grabyo’s cloud platform based on individual user preferences.

These updates will be combined with the platform’s existing feature set for live production which includes vision mixing, instant replay, multiviewers, remote guest contribution, broadcast graphics support and SRT, Zixi and RiST ingest/egress.

“We are proud to have reached this milestone which, we believe, marks a step forward for the broadcast industry,” comments Gareth Capon, Grabyo CEO. “The barriers to adopting more flexible, cost-effective and sustainable video workflows in the cloud are now falling away. Our customers have shown you can achieve outstanding levels of production without the need for trucks, studios or a huge on-site crew. The transition to cloud production for live broadcasting will accelerate from here and we are excited to be a part of it.”

The company will also showcase new releases to its live clipping and publishing platform, used by major broadcasters, sports organisations and publishers in more than 40 countries. These updates include live stream logging, metadata search and Instagram Reels publishing.

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