EVS will be presenting the latest in live production technology including the MENA region debut of its X-One unified production system.
At CABSAT 2018, EVS will be presenting the latest in live production technology including the MENA region debut of its X-One unified production system. CABSAT will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre between 14-16 January.
X-One puts the capabilities of a control room in the hands of just one operator, the company claims. Suited for smaller scale productions of up to six cameras, users benefit from a contextualised touchscreen user interface which adapts to the type of production on which its deployed. Recently awarded the IABMs Peter Wayne Award, X-One enables a single operator to create replays, control audio, cut together a live feed and even add graphics to live programming.
EVS will also demonstrate other live production tools, including its DYVI software-defined switcher and the XT4K live production server. DYVI is based on IP-centric software fabric that allows its users to add contextual features effects and layers that are no longer tied to hardware and to scale up or down processing as they see fit. The switchers capacity can be extended by simply adding extra panels and GPU enabled processing modules.
The XT4K is EVS answer to a growing demand for 4K live productions as it comes with four UHD-4K flexible I/O channels and up to 12 HD/1080p channels. The latest generation server also offers native support of 10bit codecs for HDR productions as well as the SMPTE 2110 IP standard.
EVS S-Core Master will also be showcased demonstrating to engineers how theyre able to benefit from visibility of all sources and end points within an IP-connected network. The EVS IP routing system acts as an infrastructures central orchestrator and uses SDN control methods to manage the flow of media and guarantee the right amount of bandwidth throughout the infrastructure.
Visit EVS at stand ZB5-C60