Stirlitz Media Logger is the worlds most versatile and user friendly multichannel audio and metadata logger. Setting up the server is a breeze, and once it is running it needs no further attention. Based on a client/server architecture it can log up to 128 individual audio channels per server, store the audio in various bitrates for different applications, giving each audio stream its own expiry policy. Recorded audio can be accessed as soon as five seconds after recording and as far back as the logs go, through a virtually unlimited number of Players from the company network, or through Internet. Thanks to the Stirlitz Media Logger – Player unique Timeline based user interface, users never see files, they just scroll through time, or jump from event to event (such as 'mike-open' or 'commercials').
How it works
The Stirlitz Media Logger – Server only needs to be configured once. After that the server modules will work in a fully automated mode. One module records audio from the sound card, compresses it and stores it on the hard drive. Another module collects meta data from GPI events (when available) and the next module monitors all processes, sending out alarms by email, sms or SNMP if required. The last module – Net – provides network access, manages files (deleting, archiving), controls access rights, etc.
In the SML - configuration interface you see all essential information for all recorded channels in one glance:
- the recording status
- the total time recorded
- the maximum number of days to record
- the total time archived (so not deleted, but moved logs)
- the disk space occupied by this log
- the current audio level of the recording