EVS Leads the way in IP for Live at IBC2015
IP4Live – increased live production efficiency through innovative solutions
At IBC2015, EVS will present multiple IP-based live production which will unlock new perspectives for live events broadcasters and producers. Visitors will be presented with the live production possibilities offered by IP-based infrastructures including content contribution between venue and studio and remote production operations. A series of live demos integrating EVS’ new IP-based solutions with third-party leading technologies will be featured. IBC visitors will learn both a gradual hybrid approach to the IP transition as well as a best of breed end-to-end solution which relys on a truly open architecture.
LSM Cockpit – navigating live productions with best in-class live story telling toolset
The ‘LSM Cockpit’ which will showcase LSM Connect, MultiReview and Epsio at IBC2015, will display a single, cohesive environment of EVS technologies which lets operators pilot live productions with the new version of server software engine Multicam. Allowing for even more in-live capabilities[BN3] such as two 6x SuperMotion camera ingest and output,this update gives broadcasters the ability to generate more emotion in its audiences. It also means two LSM operators can work side by side to increase efficiency and flexibility.
With its latest Epsio FX Reveal mode, EVS improves live story-telling by enriching live replays through the addition of synchronised data to create scoreboards and biometric graphic displays. Epsio FX Reveal integrates into any LSM live environment and makes for an unmatched viewer experience.
Live Content Management – fast and live content turnaround
Designed for ingest, management, exchange and contribution, the IPDirector live production software suite offers a wealth of new capabilities based on advanced SOA foundations. On display will be the suite’s web-based tools for collaboration and content exchange between venues and studio, automated clip management, metadata integration and archive management.
EVS will also demonstrate Ingest Funnel, a unique processing portal that automatically transforms, legalises and masterises all ingest formats. With Ingest Funnel, content is made ready to air or configured easily for post production or archive. As part of its integrated live content workflow solutions, Ingest Funnel handles a myriad of different video and audio content as well as data using a single interface relying on BPM principles.
EVS’ IT-based DYVI switcher is maximizing creative resources as the convergence of IT and broadcast infrastructures draws nearer. The switcher-like hybrid solution combines an easy to use operational interface with high-end functions and makes the system ideal for any studio with a number of control rooms or multi-venue campuses. Enabling remote production possibilities, DYVI’s distributed architecture enables everything from cross-campus transport to cross-continent delivery.
Multimedia Distribution Platform – engaging a broader audience with mobile content
Showcasing how stakeholders can monetise enriched live video content, EVS will be presenting a global ecosystem concept based on its multimedia distribution platform C-Cast. Visitors of IBC2015 will have the chance to see how this advanced cloud-based platform instantly delivers content to viewers with connected mobile devices.
This gives stakeholders the ability to engage with audiences on an emotional level and create bespoke individualized entertainment packages for its viewers.
EVS will present a series of live demos in collaboration with members of EVS’ C-Cast APPlied cluster to offer new perspectives of experience to viewers.
IBC TV News – high quality content to broadcast specialists
IBC TV will once again be deploying an EVS news solution for its live news programming for the seventh year at the show. It will use EVS technology including XS live production servers and an IPDirector software suite. The news workflow allows 24/7 online news delivery, accessible from any web-connected device. Programming will include live streaming, highlight packages and live distribution of HD signals to multiple screens within the RAI, as well as live coverage of conferences and exclusive live interviews.
EVS is globally recognized as the technology leader for live video production. The company introduced Live Slow Motion replay in 1994, and has continued to build on its reputation for quality and reliability with solutions that enhance live sports, entertainment and news content. Innovations – such as the C-Cast multimedia platform and DYVI IT-based switcher – are raising the bar for live production enrichment, management and distribution. Broadcasters, rights owners, producers and venues alike use EVS to maximize the value of their productions and increase revenue streams.
The company is headquartered in Belgium with offices in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America, and provides sales and technical support to more than 100 countries.