Stagebox, available to license from BBC Research & Development, is a revolutionary method of making HD tapeless productions simpler with the added benefit of great cost savings. It is designed to transform all the linear control, audio and video signals to and from a camera into packet based IP networks to simplify production workflows and rigging.
For a production team, this means you can use low cost switches instead of SDI routers, you can get full studio camera connectivity through a single CAT6 cable, and you can convert any SDI source into a full broadcast spec studio camera.
In addition you can also virtualise production tools, such as vision mixers, ARC devices, colour correctors and the many other tools you may use. You can also benefit by putting post production on networks. As a result, you can acquire feeds as they grow, record them into editable files on the fly, and start post production instantly with no additional SDI routing, recording, or transcoding costs.