EVS Presents Advanced Live and Production Solutions at SMPTE Exhibition in Sydney
EVS’ presentations at the SMPTE Australia show will include extended sports production and content management workflows based on the new XT3 platform, the integrated broadcast and news production system, and new innovative video webcasting solution offering instant multi-camera review on second screen applications.
Extended Sports Operations
EVS reinforces the power of live sports with its new generation of production servers as well as advanced software and web applications:
· EVS’ XT3 opens the road ahead to future live broadcast operations with full configurable eight channels, 3G ready technology and full 2D/3D convertible system. Optimized for speed and extreme reliability in live operations, the new XT3 platform is designed to guarantee the highest level of control and media access via any EVS and third-party tools.
· EVS Cloud Casting (C-Cast) is a new solution designed to facilitate instant distribution of live broadcast content via dedicated web applications direct to home users. C-Cast works in conjunction with EVS’ on-location live production applications allowing viewers to access key sequences, particularly edited packages or multi-angle camera shots, using tablets, mobile devices, or web interfaces. C-Cast will be presented in exclusivity at SMPTE.
Integrated Broadcast & News Production
EVS will demonstrate its latest fast turnaround solutions for broadcast and news productions adapted to any type of infrastructure: from end-to-end production workflow to small and partial news production systems.
· The XS and IPDirector combination offers innovative architecture, modularity and advanced database management for fast-turnaround production workflow from ingest to playout.
· EVS’ New API and MOS protocol support guarantee full interoperability with all types of third-party systems, including Avid iNEWS and ENPS NRCS.
NLE systems integration, including referenced proxy media exchange with Avid editors, and new Final Cut pro plug-ins facilitate job requests as well as file exchanges with EVS servers and storage