Bavaria Studios improve their video production with STRYME‘s VideoServer GENESIX V9

Bavaria Studios & Production Services GmbH, Bavaria Studios are one of the largest service providers in Europe, specialized in film productions, TV shows, TV series, advertising and much more.

In over 12 studios in Geiselgasteig, Germany Bavaria Studios are responsible for the technical implementation and production of many well-known German TV series, such as „Aktenzeichen XY ... ungelöst” and "Sturm der Liebe", as well as TV shows, such as “Verstehen Sie Spaß”, “1, 2 oder 3“ and “Joko und Klaas gegen ProSieben” for German TV channels like ZDF, ARD, ProSieben and KIKA. Additionally, established movies like “Snowden” (2016), and upcoming movies like “Haven: Above Sky (2019) or “Stowaway” (2019) were also shot at the Bavaria Studios.


The Challenge
Behind these productions of video and television formats there are a number of technical processes carried out with the help of video servers, among many other things. To do this, it is necessary to adapt them specifically to the production for playout formats and handle the in- and output effectively.

The Solution
Already two formats have been produced by Bavaria Studios with their new VideoServer GENESIX V9 with an 8 channel configuration developed by STRYME since the beginning of 2019: “Leschs Kosmos”, a science magazine with Professor Harald Lesch and “Aktenzeichen XY... ungelöst“, a ZDF crime television series launched in 1967.

"We are pleased about the reliable cooperation with the company STRYME“, explains Frank Becker, the range leader for technology and support of Bavaria Studios. "The implementation of the GENESIX VideoServer was completed very quickly and carried out efficiently. This perfectly fitted into our infrastructure and workflows and has significantly improved the working process as well.”

The GENESIX VideoServer constitutes an effective workflow solution for professional broadcasting. The product convinces with its stability, flexibility and performance, in its modular structure from ingest to playout as well as in its mature and uniform user interface.