IPEdit Winner of TVBEurope Best of IBC Award

Added 26/9/2008

 

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IPEdit Winner of TVBEurope Best of IBC Award

IPEdit, the new live editing solution from EVS, was selected by the editorial team of TVBEurope to receive one of the Best of IBC Awards in the live production category for IBC 2008.

The TVBEurope editorial team spent five days scouring the 12 halls of IBC to unearth the most outstanding 30 new products for their innovativeness and commercial potential -- for instance, the ability to save money for the end-user, as well as technological excellence.

IPEdit, part of EVS' IPDirector Suite, is the very latest solution from EVS, and offers timeline editing functionalities with unmatched speed performance based on the XT[2] server's reactivity with no rendering process required for playout. IPEdit was unveiled at IBC 2008 for the first time, to much acclaim.

The editorial team at TVBEurope recognized that IPEdit offered a better and faster way of editing live highlights and was a significant evolution for live sport and fast turnaround time production.

"EVS is very proud of the reception IPEdit got at IBC this year," said Pierre L'Hoest, CEO of EVS. "Internally, we all think IPEdit is a phenomenal editing tool, and the recognition it has been getting from the broadcast market reaffirms this for us."

A review of IPEdit will be featured in the October 2008 edition of TVBEurope.


About EVS (www.evs.tv)

EVS Broadcast Equipment is a leader in the design of hardware and software for the production and playout of sport, news and TV programs in both live and near-live environments. Their innovative Live Slow Motion system revolutionized live broadcasting and their technology is now widely used in non-linear editing and High Definition Television across the television broadcast market worldwide.
The company sells their branded products in more than 70 countries and is capable of providing service in any region. The company has offices in Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, China and the United States.

For more information about EVS please contact:

Nicolas BOURDON
Marketing and Communications Director
+32 4 361 58 10
marketing@evs.tv

http://www.evs.tv/Europe,+Middle+East+Africa/English/News/News/Press-Releases/Press+Release/page.aspx/1766?newsitem=2294

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IPEdit Winner of a TVBEurope Best of IBC Award

Added 25/9/2008

 

IPEdit Winner of a TVBEurope Best of IBC Award

EVS IPEdit, the new fast turnaround time editing solution from EVS, was selected by the editorial team of TVBEurope to receive one of the Best of IBC Awards, in the live production category.

 


 

TVBEurope Award IBC08

TVBEurope editorial team spent five days scouring the 12 halls of IBC to unearth the most outstanding 30 new products for their innovativeness and commercial potential like for instance, their ability to save money for the end-user, as well as their technological excellence.

 

IPEdit, part of the IPDirector suite, is the very latest solution from EVS unveiled at IBC offering timeline editing functionalities with unmatched speed performances based on the XT[2] server reactivity with no rendering process required for playout.

 

The editorial team recognized the IPEdit offered a better and faster way of editing live highlights and was a significant evolution for live sport and fast turnaround time production.

 

 

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TV Technology Europe Announces Recipients of STAR Awards at IBC2008

Added 24/9/2008

 

TV Technology Europe Announces Recipients of STAR Awards at IBC2008

09.23.2008


TV Technology Europe has announced the recipients for its STAR Awards, presented at IBC2008.

The STAR Award (Superior Technology Award Recipient) is designed to celebrate and showcase the preeminent technological innovations available to the broadcast industry. TV Technology Europe's editors and writers reviewed a variety of products, examined the technical applications and their overall contribution to the industry, and then chose 21 winners.

"STAR awards are given to interesting new products that help a user save money or accomplish a task in an easier way," said Mark Hallinger, Editor of TV Technology Europe. "The products selected help advance the industry—some were chosen because of technical novelty or innovation, some because they filled an important gap in the production or transmission chain, and some because they were just cool products."

16x9 Inc. on the BandPro stand: Shut-eye for Sony Viewfinders

Algolith: Algogear image processing line

Anton-Bauer: Stasis Flex

Autoscript: LED backlighting in prompters

Blackmagic: Mini-converter range

Bridge Technologies: MicroVB

Canon: BU 50H and 45H remote pan tilts

Cobalt Digital: OGCP-9000 Remote Control Panel for openGear

Digital Rapids: TouchStream portable streaming

EVS: XT2Web web access for remote production

Graham-Patten on the Argosy stand: Sonarae audio monitoring

Hamlet: Protean Axiom 3 Gig Test Signal Generator

Media Links: MD-MAX Integrated 3.2 Tbps Transport and Switching Solution

Miranda: XVP-3901 3Gbps/HD/SD Universal Video & Audio Processor

Nucomm: Messenger IP File Transfer System

Omnibus: 1080p 24 playout

Panasonic: AG-HMC151E AVCHD camcorder

Pixelmetrix: DVStor with Disaster Recovery

Quantel: SIP 2100 3D

Ross: Edit Set HD, with Editware edit controller and Renegade Audio mixer contributing

Sony: HVR-Z5E camcorder with MRC1

Studer: IO sharing between consoles

Thomson: LDK 8300 HD SloMo

Telecast Fiber: Copperhead Platform for Infiniti

Wohler: RM Series
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Added 22/9/2008

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22 September 2008
Honours For EVS At Amsterdam Show
A designer of hardware and software for the production and playout of sport, news and TV programs in both live and near-live environments, EVS has been celebrating success.



After five days of high-volume traffic at their booth in the RAI Centre in Amsterdam, EVS concluded IBC 2008 by achieving several honours.

TV Technology's editorial team honoured EVS' new XT2web solution with the Star 2008 as the superior technology solution at IBC.

The XT2web solution, combining web and broadcast technology, allows access to XT[2] production server clips and associated metadata through an intuitive web interface, offering clipping, playlist creation and download capabilities.

"The XT2web enlarges the production scope of EVS live and near-live production systems, such as the XT[2] sever and related software applications," said Pierre L'Hoest, Chief Executive Officer of EVS

EVS was also part of the Live Earth broadcast, which won the IBC 2008 Innovation Award for content delivery.

The Live Earth broadcast was the largest global broadcast in online history, with a system that used over 20 channels of video server ingest, 12 channels of playout, and 60 encoders, in a workflow environment about to process more than 80 hours of content in a 24-hour period.

"EVS is honoured to receive this kind of recognition at IBC," said Mr L'Hoest, President.

"It has been a challenging year for EVS, and it is especially significant that our efforts have been appreciated after such hard work. We are looking forward to another productive year ahead, and are pleased that our colleagues in the field join us in valuing the hours and thought that we have put into our projects."

EVS sells their branded products in more than 70 countries and is capable of providing service in any region. The company has offices in Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, China and the United States.

See: www.evs.tv

(BMcC)

http://www.4rfv.co.uk/industrynews.asp?id=82644

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EVS Wins Honours at IBC 2008

Added 19/9/2008

 

EVS Wins Honours at IBC 2008

 


 

After five days of high-volume traffic at their booth in RAI Amsterdam, EVS concluded IBC 2008 by achieving several honors.

EVS' new XT2web solution was honoured with the Star 2008 as the superior technology solution at IBC. The XT2web solution, combining web and broadcast technology, allows access to XT[2] production server clips and associated metadata through an intuitive web interface, offering clipping, playlist creation and download capabilities.

"The XT2web enlarges the production scope of EVS live and near-live production systems, such as the XT[2] sever and related software applications.", said Pierre L'Hoest, CEO of EVS

EVS was also part of the Live Earth broadcast, which won the IBC 2008 Innovation Award for content delivery. The Live Earth broadcast was the largest global broadcast in online history, with a system that used over 20 channels of video server ingest, 12 channels of playout, and 60 encoders, in a workflow environment about to process more than 80 hours of content in a 24-hour period.

"EVS is honored to receive this kind of recognition at IBC," said Pierre L'Hoest, President and CEO of EVS. "It has been a challenging year for EVS, and it is especially significant that our efforts have been appreciated after such hard work. We are looking forward to another productive year ahead, and are pleased that our colleagues in the field join us in valuing the hours and thought that we have put into our projects."

http://www.broadcastbuyer.tv/publish/ibc2008_250/EVS_Wins_Honours_at_IBC_2008_17793.shtml

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