Designed for ingest, management, exchange and contribution, the latest IPDirector live production software suite leads the EVS showcase at IBC2015.
The suite’s web-based tools for collaboration and content exchange between venues and studio, automated clip management, metadata integration and archive management are on display.
EVS is also demonstrating Ingest Funnel, a processing portal that automatically transforms, legalises and masters 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 architecture, Ingest Funnel handles a variety of different types of video and audio content as well as data, using a single interface relying on business process management principles.
EVS’ IT-based Dyvi switcher is also a stand highlight.
Maximising creative resources as the convergence of IT and broadcast infrastructures draws nearer, this switcher-like hybrid solution combines an easy to use operational interface with high-end functions that makes the system ideal for any studio with a number of control rooms or multi-venue campuses.
With its remote production capability, EVS claimed Dyvi’s distributed architecture enables everything from cross-campus transport to cross-continent delivery.