Improves Field Editing Operations with New Xedio Edit-in-Place Features
1st, 2011 – EVS has announced the release of Xedio suite 4.00 including
the “edit-in-place” feature of its Xedio timeline editor. With a simple
linkup between XedioCleanEdit laptop and external camcorders or drives, a
field journalist or editor can start instantly true timeline editing
operations without time-consuming media import.
This new solution
has been successfully adopted by the Belgian news broadcaster RTL-TVi for
their ENG editing operations using the new Sony SxS camcorder recording
in XDCAM HD422.
Presented in exclusivity at IBC2011
(9 to 14 September), the new Xedio 4.00 features loads of media handling
improvements for newscasters including the new edit-in-place feature of
its timeline editor, Xedio
CleanEdit. The new solution is dedicated to field journalists and
editors looking for faster and easier ways to manage real-timeline
operations right after shooting.
With the new Edit-in-Place” feature of Xedio CleanEdit, any devices such as
camcorders, drives, or local storage can be linked up to the journalist
laptop for immediate media reviewing and editing. With the
“auto-discovery” embedded module, Xedio CleanEdit automatically detects
all the media recorded on the third party device which can be reviewed,
selected, cut, and dropped on the timeline without media duplication.
Once editing is completed, a consolidated file can be transferred to the
central storage, only importing necessary material from the local device.
And thanks to Xedio CleanEdit’s embedded transcoder, media conforming
operations are managed on the fly during the transfer.
RTL-TVI, the leading French speaking Belgian broadcaster, using EVS Xedio
suite for the end-to end news production, has implemented the new edit-in-place
feature of Xedio CleanEdit as part of its HD migration project in June
2011 including the integration of the Sony XDCAM HD422 codec as a
standard for all ENG operations.
Thierry Piette, Technical & IT Director at RTL-TVi: “As an early
adopter of the new Sony SxS camcorder based on XDCAM HD422 codec, we
needed a solution that could guaranty first of all native support of this
new format, but also cut down media processing operations. The new Xedio
CleanEdit feature is impressively doing the job. Our journalist can
immediately prepare their stories, and their rough edit while they are
still on the field. This is a great added value for us.“
Robert Bury, General Manager of Xedio Business Unit said: “To fulfill the
increasing demand for efficient production from ENG and field storage
devices, we have further developed our production-in-place concept,
launched last year with Xedio Distpatcher. Its integration into
XedioCleanEdit bridges the gap between stand-alone NLE’s and networked,
shared storage editing workflows”.
Come and discover
these exciting innovations and advanced solutions at the EVS stand, Hall
EVS’ PRESS CONFERENCE
WILL TAKE PLACE ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH AT 10AM IN ROOM F004 AT THE
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