Slow Motion Replay

DTReplay, DTReplay Live, HDReplay, BBReplay and Hurricane are slow motion replay systems developed by Drastic.  Originally developed for officiating and broadcast replay, Drastic partnered with XOS (since acquired by Catapult Sports) who handled HDReplay, BBReplay and Hurricane exclusively.

 

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DTReplay was Drastic's original slow motion replay system.  It was an uncompressed SD replay system with up to 4 inputs and 1 output.  The original manual is available here:

DTReplay Manual (pdf)

DTReplayLIVE was designed for multi channel HD replay, using multiple 1U recorder and player heads under control of one or two master software heads.  The current manual is available here:

DTReplay Live Manual (pdf)

HDReplay

BBReplay

Hurricane

NOTE: This area contains legacy material from previous Drastic Technologies websites. It is provided for reference only, and contains information, products and links that may no longer exist and which are no longer supported by Drastic. For current Drastic Technologies products, please see our main site here:

http://www.drastic.tv


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