Disguise has announced the new Disguise VX 2+, a new addition to its flagship media server VX series. It is a model that provides the future of entertainment with the latest integrated platform that realizes complex and advanced video creatives such as live events, location-based experiences (LBX), broadcasting, virtual production, and brand experiences.
Disguise’s media servers include U2 (Sphere), Ed Sheeran, Eurovision, Motley Crue, Al Wasl Plaza at Dubai EXPO, Amazon Prime, Netflix, NBC, Discovery, Verizon, and ITV. It is used as a core device for various shows, experience facilities, and virtual productions.
Disguise VX 2+ is a powerful media server for next-generation content, with dual 4K video outputs that give mid-sized studios and live shows the power and speed they need for top-of-the-line productions. This is the perfect model for production. It is compatible with a variety of uses that require advanced functionality and image quality, including the applications listed below.
Disguise VX 2+ Features
Small and medium-sized virtual production VX 2+ can perform video processing at almost 6K resolution in total. The perfect media server for small to medium-sized virtual production studios looking to take advantage of 2D and 2.5D workflows. Cluster rendering is also supported by connecting via RenderStream. Realize real-time content at your desired scale.
Enable corporate presentations with immersive xR Enable your company’s xR presentations and captivate your online audience with immersive and engaging content. VX 2+ supports 100Gb networks. Can be combined with multiple parallel processing of render nodes and 4K cameras using RenderStream communication. It also supports 4K quality xR.
Realizing memorable live event footage The VX 2+ is an ideal solution for theaters and medium-sized live shows that require real-time video production. By combining with a VFC card, you can output your desired video without changing the AV infrastructure.
Create an impactful experience VX 2+ seamlessly outputs impactful content playback and real-time graphics generation to LED walls and projectors. By combining with a VFC card, you can output your desired video without changing the AV infrastructure.