23rd-25th February 2016
There’s something for engineers and creatives alike on the stand, where we’ll be presenting a range of technologies addressing evolving industry trends that will become mainstream issues in the year ahead.
High Dynamic Range, driven by the formidable weight of Netflix, Amazon and YouTube will be featured in an Avid HDR workflow with Baselight grading. Come and see how your work will benefit from the most accurate brightness and contrast.
BVE will see the launch of ContentAgent v3.5, a major software release for our very own file-based workflow management and automation platform. Globally installed, ContentAgent now benefits from a host of new features including a number of Avid interoperability tools including AAF merger and sequence creation and an “Edit While Transcode” function. Secure, accelerated file delivery is facilitated through integration with Aspera and FileCatalyst and support for NexGuard now enables forensic watermarking. ContentAgent’s popular Workflow Designer tool has been significantly enhanced allowing improved handling of zooming around the largest and most complex workflows and a new Watchfolder interface simplifies configuration and monitoring.
Storage management and archive is the bread and butter of post and we’ll demonstrate a range of practical and proven solutions to save time and money. MatrixStore from Object Matrix is an object based, plug and play, storage appliance that allows users to keep their digital information online and protected with minimal administrative effort. Ardis Technologies’ Dynamic Drive Pool products provide a modular and shared storage solution, facilitating affordable collaborative working. We’ll be showing the microDDP and the V4 software with SSD caching and load balancing.
Strawberry from FlavourSys is award-winning software that sits on top of your existing storage for project sharing. Essentially it keeps everything tidy without the need to resort to shared storage in Avid and Adobe environments.
Archive management will be demonstrated with XenData software which manages one or more automated data tape libraries to create a cost effective digital video archive that is optimized for the requirements of the broadcast industry.
Also seen on the stand will be the latest HD monitors from Boland and 4K monitors from Canon together with a demonstration of Barnfind’s CWDM technology, which enables a number of uncompressed signal types including 4K video to be run on a single fibre to the root6 stand.
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