Editing remotely can often mean working with low framerate and unstable playback. Not with ELEMENTS Satellite.
Being able to work remotely is more important now than ever before, but for film and video editors, that often means having to sacrifice the quality of your workflow. If you're tired of lagging and stuttering all the way to your final edit, you might want to take a look at what ELEMENTS Satellite has to offer.
Originally developed by PARSEC for remote gaming, ELEMENTS has taken that technology and merged it with the high demands of media workflows that require low-latency, stable playback, higher framerates, and dependable security.
Not only does Satellite handle up to 4K 60fps video from anywhere in the world, but it also offers security features like central control of access and sharing permissions, user account creation, and end-to-end encryption, which utilizes the ELEMENTS Client app for single-click encrypted connections on both Mac and PC operating systems. Furthermore, Satellite's WebGUI content management system also gives users the ability to manage their remote workflow without having to purchase expensive hardware or software.
And what about tasks that don't require a ton of bandwidth and performance, like exporting and ingesting? Well, Satellite can take care of those, too.
- Supports up to 4K/60fps
- Minimum 10Mbps bandwidth per client connected, 30Mbps, or more recommended.
- Latency has a great impact on performance - 40ms or better preferred.
- OS support: MacOS 10.13 and up / Windows 10
- CPU: Core 2 Duo or better, Core i5 or better recommended.
- GPU: Intel GMA 950 / NVIDIA 6000 series / AMD Radeon X1000 series or better.
- 4GB RAM minimum.
- Monitor or HDMI emulator dongle must be connected on host computer.
- Keyboard and mouse supported only, not other devices such as Wacom pad etc.
Satellite will be available as an add-on to the ELEMENTS system on a per-seat subscription basis for 75 € per month (or about $89).
ELEMENTS is also offering a free 14 days trial for Satellite, so head on over to the ELEMENTS Satellite website to learn more.