q.air provides a traffic UI as built-in schedule editor that can be accessed separately from the playout automation UI via web browser to create playlists manually in advance. In contrast to traditional playout solutions, another software is not necessary.
q.air supports the following subtitle standards: Subtitle files: STL, WebVTT, SRT, EBU-TT, TTML Subtitle data in live streams: EBU-TT-D, FAB Public
q.air supports numerous combinations of the following standards: Video codecs: H.264 (AVC), H.265 (HEVC), XAVC, AVC-Ultra, AVC-Intra. XDCAM, MPEG-2, VP6, VP8, VP9 Audio codecs: MPEG-1 L2, MPEG-2 L2, AAC-LC, HE-AAC (v1, v2), AC-3 (Dolby Digital), E-AC3 (Dolby Digital Plus), MP3 Containers: MP4, MXF
It depends on your bandwidth for the upload and the data volume of your assets that is, for example, determined by number of items, quality, and duration of the media. In the asset uploader UI, you get an overview of files in the upload queue.
Files can be uploaded by using the embedded browser-based file upload function or by using a q.air watchfolder with FTP, Aspera, Signiant, or any other AWS S3 file uploader tool.q.air takes care of the files and generates thumbnails, proxy clips and metadata for its integrated asset management.
Yes, q.air natively supports SRT for live sources and stream targets.