Reeltime Pro lets you distribute local streams for the companion apps Reeltime Cinema and Reeltime Viewer. The video streams you distribute from Reeltime Pro in the local network are protected using industry-standard encryption to fulfill your production’s security guidelines.
Like all other outgoing signals, you can configure local streams in the output slots. The current version of Reeltime Pro supports up to 9 output slots. Consequently, you can distribute up to 9 different local streams (if you do not need further outgoing signals such as SDI outputs to monitors).
Tip: Reeltime Pro’s filter and compositing options let you optimize the appearance of your streams according to the production’s guidelines and the individual use cases of the watching roles. For example, you could add an image overlay filter to all streams if your production’s security guidelines require that. Or you can create one stream with a clean image for the Director and another with metadata overlays for Script / Continuity.
To give your crew access to the local streams, you can set a password in Reeltime Pro’s local streaming settings and share the password with your team members.
To add another output slot as a local stream, open the slot manager and add an output slot in the “Output” tab. Choose “Local Stream” under “Device” and name the output slot as intended.
Note: The output slot’s name will appear as the stream’s name within the companion app. So, remember that the name should be meaningful and self-explanatory for everyone with access to the local streams.
You can modify the target bitrate in the output slot settings and inspect how many clients are connected to the stream (output slot). Furthermore, a diagram visualizes the round-trip time statistics for each connected client so that you can monitor the connection quality if needed.