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Spectra Now Supports Unreal Engine!

Streambox is proud to announce support for Epic Games' Unreal Engine! Our Spectra encoder integrates with Unreal Engine's via Epic's API to enable a broad range of capabilities.

Spectra and Spectra VM support for Unreal Engine provides a high-quality, low-latency means for conducting remote collaboration sessions over IP for both Unreal Engine desktop and AWS cloud deployments. For Unreal Engine on AWS, Spectra also provides a reference quality feed from Unreal Engine back to the creative person with ultra-low latency at up to 4K DCI HDR 4:4:4 12-bit.

Spectra VM supports nDisplay at various stages of preproduction and we will soon be providing details on a number of different workflows for Virtual Production

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Key Features

Integrates with Unreal Engine via Epic’s API

Up to 4K 4:4:4 12 bit (8K in the roadmap)

Windows and MacOS (Linux in the roadmap)

Support both Editor and nDisplay Node workflow

Provides a bridge to AWS CDI

On Prem Workflow

Here is an example of using Spectra to send the signal from Unreal Engine to remote collaborators and to a local or remote reference monitor, using Streambox Media Player for iPad Pro.

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Cloud Workflow

Unreal Engine can be deployed on an AWS EC2 instance and take advantage of scalable rendering resources. In this case, Spectra Vm will send a low latency, color accurate signal to the LED Processor, at up to 4K 4:4:4 12-bit!

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