A wide variety of the most commonly used professional file formats can be imported via the built-in USB-2, USB-3, USB-C, Gigabit and 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Up to nine Export destinations can be pre-defined by the operator, with each including: file codec and wrapper; export pathway; file naming parameters; “clip handle” inclusion of an extra 5-seconds heads and tails; and whether playlist content is exported as “one’ or as “many” media files. Once these export destinations are defined, the operator may export to these destinations directly from the Mira Control Surface during a live Replay event. These export tools efficiently send captured live content as media files into your downstream craft editing systems, web streaming devices and archival storage.
For Mira+ servers fitted with AVC-Intra video hardware, Growing File Export is a standard feature – which allows multiple MXF media files to be written onto external NAS (one for each camera input), just seconds after live capture begins. This feature allows editors connected to the NAS to begin editing with these growing files while live capture is still underway—resulting in a very streamlined and time-efficient live editing workflow.