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Avid at Atlantis

On the facade of the modern building which is home to its HQ and offices on the banks of the Seine in the Parisian suburb of Boulogne-Billancourt, bold lettering declares the


Amazon Web Services to acquire Elemental

The move brings together Elemental’s video solutions with the AWS Cloud platform to provide media and entertainment companies with a range of integrated solutions to video infrastructures, as the media industry increasingly moves to internet based delivery


ChyronHego acquires VidiGo

ChyronHego has acquired VidiGo, a Dutch provider of IT-based software solutions for live broadcast production workflows. Based in Amsterdam, VidiGo provides a suite of tools for the creation and management of broadcast quality video content

Production & Post

FYI: ITN Productions selects VidiGo software solution

VidiGo has provided ITN Productions with a fully automated, software based live multi-camera production system, which has been integrated with the production hub’s entertainment newsroom system. ITN Productions is ITN’s production hub producing creative and commercially valuable content for the broadcast, corporate, commercial, and digital sectors.

Production & Post

Metus Previews QuickCut

Metus QuickCut is a new lightweight clip editor, which plays, trims and assembles clips, and exports files without rendering. It enables editors and non-editors to make cuts on the fly, with the aim of reducing programme turn-around times.


Artesyn and Intel to present free webinar

Linsey Miller (pictured), director of marketing at Artesyn Embedded Technologies, and Rik Dunphy, senior software architect at Intel’s Data Center Group will present a free webinar on Wednesday 4 December.

Production & Post

iPi Soft unveils Motion Capture version 3.0

iPi Motion Capture version 3.0 from iPi Soft developers, is now available. The next generation motion capture solution delivers a number of new features, including support for the new Microsoft Kinect 2 sensor, increased tracking speed, improved arm and leg tracking and a simplified calibration process, the company claims.

Production & Post


VFX software developer, The Foundry, will release an entire new range of its NUKE software later this year.