EVS is heading to NABShow2015

Get Ready for the New Age of Live Production: Ingest. Create. Manage. Distribute.

EVS is heading to NABShow2015 with future-ready technologies for recording in new formats, quick and easy file exchange with post-production, revolutionary IP production switching, and live multiplatform content distribution.  Stop by, and learn how we can help maximize the value of your live productions and anticipate viewer consumption demands with these new solutions:

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Live Servers
Get More Out of Now

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We’ve packed more capabilities into XT3 and XS servers with the newest Multicam software engine.  The expanded flexibility – including increased SuperMotion camera configurations (up to two SuperMotion 6X camera recordings with two additional recording and playout channels available); ingest and playout options with the XS server for studios; and audio channel/MADI support – gives you what you need to make most out of today, while anticipating the demands of tomorrow.

Live Production
Premium-level solutions for live storytelling

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Professional operators are given the power to fly at the “LSM Cockpit,” where best-in-class tools for saving time and increasing production values will be piloted within a unified LSM environment.  

At the EVS “Stadium Control Room,” IPDirector content tools featuring HD and 4K advancements will be demonstrating ways you can maximize game-day content production and delivery.

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Live Content Management
Ingest, management, exchange and contribution

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Designed for live and fast turnaround production, the IPDirector live production software suite offers a wealth of new capabilities for unified linear and multiformat file ingest, collaborative production, exchange – including single file exchange for 4K editing – and contribution based on advanced BPM and SOA foundations.  Best-in-class NLE integration includes Adobe Anywhere, which extend EVS and Adobe Premier workflows with collaborative editing. 

At the “Broadcast Center,” News and Sports Centers will see significant amounts of media files being produced in a very short time span, featuring advanced integration with NCRS systems for driving rundown-driven playout.

DYVI
Introducing the first 4K-ready, all IP production switcher

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The DYVI IT-based switcher is ushering in the dawn of IT production technologies, allowing you to create, control and connect with unprecedented flexibility. Its distributed architecture lets you go from entry-level to full-scale productions through expandable I/O processing modules that enable cross-campus to cross-continent switching.

Live Distribution
Reaching broader audiences

The next-generation C-Cast multimedia distribution platform enables customized content franchises direct to consumers, opening up new revenue avenues for rights owners. 

NAB is the next stop for the EVS and Cisco Return on Emotion tour. See us at the “FanZone,” located at the EVS booth, to learn more on how C-Cast and Cisco’s stadium portfolio are changing the fan experience – bringing higher return on emotion and boosting greater return on investment.  The FanZone will also feature the latest Samsung displays for superior picture and ultimate stopping power.

The C-Cast Applied Challenge winners will also be demonstrating their innovative solutions on our booth.  Meet the developers, and learn how their submissions went from concept to reality:
·    Burst – Gets fans in on the action by broadcasting user-generated content
·    ChirpVision – Engages fans with personalized live and On Demand content
·    Intellicore – Delivers comprehensive team, game, and player information at a touch
·    LiveLike – Taps users into a virtual reality that adds another dimension to events

Join EVS at the Broadcast Engineering Conference
“Streaming HD Sports Video to Second Screens via Cloud”  
Wed. April 15 | 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM | S219 
James Stellpflug, VP of Product Marketing, will be on a panel discussing the power and scale of cloud video processing, sports broadcasters and content, and how delivery networks can broadcast live events in radically new ways.

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