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    Geevs Post is a new compact server for Post-production environments.  Building on a legacy of Geevs Servers, Post can be easily expanded by adding additional Post servers, adding control under one client. 

  • Feature highlights



    • New 2RU chassis, redundant power supply, dual port 10GBase-T
    • 2/2 configuration with embedded audio. AES/EBU optional.
    • Up to 32TB internal storage, RAID 6
    • Full integration with EditShare and Flow, support for third party SAN storage or Direct Attached storage



    Codec support
    • All current codecs are included in Geevs Post New codecs added inlcude Avid DNxHD 36, Apple ProRes LT and ProRes Proxy
    • 23.98 and 1080p and 24-bit audio is supported
    Ganged channel control – record and playback


    Gang channels together for record and playback.

    Flow project integration

    Full integration with Flow projects. Sequences can be created in Post, edited in Flow or vice versa.  A good application of this would be for highlights. A Flow user could put together a sequence of highlights and Post could play this out.

    Live video for channel previews including audio

    Live video previews are displayed in the channel windows. A white border highlights the selected channel.

    VDCP support for automation control

    VDCP is supported for automation or controlling Geevs Post.

    Up/down conversion, closed captions and AFD

    Up/down conversion from SD to HD and vice-versa. Closed Captions and subtitling . Active Format Description for aspect ratio and active picture characteristics.

    New web-based scheduling client with easy-to-use calendar

    A new intuitive web-client for adding scheduled events for future recordings on Geevs Post. Scheduler provides a rapid method to add scheduled events using a clutter-free interface. Within Scheduler an event can be created by dragging within a date and time, completing the details of the capture (duration, codec, clip name, etc.)in a pop-up form. Capture status can be represented by one of four different status, indicating Pending, Completed, Failed or Recording.



    The Multiviewer displays all four channels (2 input / 2 output)on a single monitor.


    Each channel window displays the clip name, channel name, timecode, audio and transport status. Audio Presence can be indicated with different colours for different states.  

    Tally can be applied to an individual  channel window as a red border drawn around the edge of the channel window indicating that channel is ‘On-Air’.

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