At BVE 2016, EVS showcased its XT3 live production server with the new Channel Max option, the live storytelling toolset LSM Cockpit and the IT-based switcher DYVI. It also gave visitors a preview of its new ingest and playback server.
The company is reordering its XT3 live production server offering, which includes the XT3 Base, available in a 4U or 6U chassis and providing four or six HD/SD channels respectively, and the XT3 Channel Max. This new option lets users double the channel density of their XT3 server to eight or 12 channels and beyond. Users will automatically be upgraded as the XT3 is expanded to include more channels, letting them further expand the live production server.
EVS’ IT-based switcher DYVI was also on display at BVE, showing its creative control, designed to make it easier to streamline stadium and broadcast studio production. With its intuitive panel, DYVI gives users more in/outputs, giving them the power to leverage ‘the best in software defined switching’, according to the company.
Visitors to the show were able to get a sneak preview of EVS’ brand new ingest and playback server designed specifically for studio production workflows. The new server lets users start small and expand channel needs at any time while providing native codec and format support.