Screenberry is designed with the utmost efficiency in mind. A single Screenberry machine can handle up to 16 x 4K (or 64 x Full HD) outputs, which is enough for even the most demanding events and installations. The single server approach provides incredible creative freedom and unmatched performance, combined with ease of use as well as greatly reduced hardware and maintenance costs.
Due to its hybrid video processing engine, which efficiently uses both the GPU and CPU, one single Screenberry server can handle media playback up to 12K x 12K 30 fps / 8K x 8K 60 fps / 32 x Full HD layers at 60 fps with canvas sizes up to 32K x 32K*. A high frame rate (120, 240 fps) and custom frame rates are also supported. All of this allows you to implement the most ambitious projects without getting into complicated clustered systems!
*The number of displays, total resolution, and frame rate depend on the hardware configuration
Screenberry can warp and blend projectors onto flat, curved, and dome-shaped screens or onto 3D objects. The toolset includes:
**Auto-alignment is an optional feature and it may not be included in your package.
Worried about leasing your media content? Screenberry media server can directly play back video in a proprietary encrypted format (ERVA). This enables producers and media designers to safely distribute media files worldwide and benefit from time-based or pay-per-play licensing.
Screenberry is capable of communicating with a variety of hardware and software by utilizing a wide range of protocols: Art-Net, MIDI, UDP, OSC, TCP/IP, RS-232, HTTP, PJLink, numerous vendor-specific projector/display control protocols.
Using the Spout real-time video sharing framework, you can effortlessly inject visuals from 3rd party applications into Screenberry with no latency. This means Screenberry possibilities can be combined with other visual software such as Resolume, Unreal® Engine 4, Unity®, Processing, and VVVV while running on the same machine.
Screenberry natively supports Notch playback***. This extends Screenberry’s capabilities with a vast array of real-time VFX tools for more impactful shows and performances.
***Notch requires a separate license.
Screenberry, with node-based architecture at its core, provides creative freedom and intuitive control even for complex AV setups. Visual programming with nodes allows for a great number of setups, configurations, and control scenarios, as well as flexible audio/video stream routing.
The Screenberry support team is ready to assist you with any help you may need****. We can also train your crew or provide full support at your event.
****Free and paid support plans are available based on your software package.
Sometimes new functionality is required to push the limits of your project. Our development team is ready to implement any specific feature you may need upon request.