At BVE, EVS, provider of live video production systems, will present its latest solutions aimed at customers in the entertainment, media and sports industries. IPLink for Adobe, OpenCube HD/SD and the new 4K XT3 are amongst the products on show for visitors to the company’s stand.
EVS’ plug-in panel for advanced integration with the new Adobe Premiere Pro suite, PLink for Adobe aims to bridge the gap between production and post. Using IPLink, editors can search, preview, edit and import media from IPDirector’s nearline storage into the Adobe Premiere Pro editing station, removing the need to have an additional IPDirector station. Nano Air is designed for studio production facilities and broadcasters for on-stage entertainment. It offers multichannel playout capabilities with simultaneous playback of up to four HD or SD channels to multiple destinations.
OpenCube HD/SD is EVS’ solution for ingest and mastering in file-based workflows. The ingest server for MXF file mastering provides flexibility within any production and post production environment. The latest version of the server handles both the encoding of MXF 4K formats and transcoding from various file formats in faster than realtime. EVS’ MXF viewer XFReader lets the user play all MXF and GXF files, regardless of their wrapped essence format.
EVS’ new 4K XT3 server provides content owners with full 4K support for UHD recording and replay. Along with its Epsio Zoom, it also offers 4K zooming capabilities. It can be configured to work in either one in/one out, one in/two out or two in/one out, meaning a single XT3 can continuously record two UHD cameras while providing 4K instant replays and highlights. Also new is the C-Cast Xplore browsing interface, giving broadcasters, producers and editors access to the live multi-cam recording feeds and clips on an XT server from remote sport centres.