EMG-3D for the 2 Week Roland Garros Tournament
What’s more, DVS, an EMG subsidiary will be present with its new truck and its new Superloupe HD+ capable of producing ultra slow motion video signals of up to 2000 images.
From the 24th May to 1st June, Euro Media France (a subsidery of EMG) will be located on the clay courts of the Roland Garros stadium with OB truck XXL2 with a dual control room to film the 2D matches on courts 3 and 6. EMF adds to this equipment an RF camera to follow Daniel Lauclair in the aisle of Roland Garros.
EMF will also provide the post-production means for media formatting (editing, insertion of graphic elements, adding of commentaries etc.) dedicated to the creation of materials for live or delayed broadcasting.
Digital Vidéo Sud (DVS), a subsidiary of Euro Media France, will be present from the 4th June on the Philippe Chatrier court with its new Superloupe HD+, capable of producing slow motion images of up to 2000 images. This Superloupe will be integrated into the new DVS slow motion truck. This small vehicle, 3G compatible like the Superloupe, is optimised to link up with the two new generation OB trucks designed by the production arm of France Télévisions.
Finally, thanks to its vast experience and its know-how in the field of 3D, Euro Media France has been entrusted with the task of providing and putting into action the necessary 3D technology for the competition.
For the portable 3D cameras, two 3D Panasonic camcorders were linked to the 3D OB truck by means of an optic interface and base stations developed by Euro Media France. Also, to enable the 3D operators to have a production tool as complete as possible, all of the rigs are combined with 3D analysis and processing equipment: 10 Sony MPE 200 processors (Sony Box) allow for the final control of the 3D quality and also offer the possibility for 2D/3D conversion on certain 2D cameras.
About Euro Media Group
Euro Media Group is one of the largest provider of television and film facilities in Europe with revenues of approximately £300 million. Formed in 2007 through the merger of UBF Media Group and Euro Media Télévision, the Euro Media Group comprises over 35 companies, providing television and film studios, outside broadcast and satellite news gathering vehicles and post-production houses across six European countries: France, UK, Holland, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland.