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EVS showcasing the latest in live at CABSAT 2017

Liège, Belgium, 15 February 2017 – CABSAT 2017 will see EVS bring its industry-leading production tools to stand G2-30 in hall 2. EVS’ demonstrations will include the XT4K live production server, DYVI switcher, Xeebra multi-angle review system and the latest toolset of live news production solutions.

The latest in UHD-4K replays

Making its first appearance in the region, the XT4K is a live production server that’s designed specifically for the creation of 4K replays and highlights. With EVS’ signature loop recording, it lets users react to the fast-paced action of a live production using the speed and reliability expected in EVS technology. Supporting four channels of uncompressed UHD-4K, each on a single 12G-SDI wire, the server supports XAVC-4K recording and 10 bit HDR support.

Existing server infrastructures can be leveraged by integrating a new XT4K to create an extended XNet network. With the ability to support 12 or more HD and Full-HD 1080p channels with the ChannelMAX configuration, the XT4K also features on-board IP technology for integration into the latest IP workflows.

Connected Live – better content access

As today’s production industry becomes ever-more collaborative, EVS will be displaying how better connectivity can enable more effective storytelling in the live environment. IPWeb – the remote browsing application – will be on display at CABSAT, showing how users can access, browse, select and clip content stored on workflows from anywhere.

In this showcase of EVS’ Connected Live environment, IPWeb shows how more advanced connectivity gives users easier access to content which allows for more efficient production and ultimately more creative storytelling.

Enhanced live production switching

EVS will also have its DYVI switcher on its stand at CABSAT. The switcher, which has most recently been used by Olympique Lyonnais for its live football programming and Francis Ford Coppola for the switching of his Distant Vision project, is ideal for broadcast studios and stadiums that have multiple productions and broadcast outputs.

Its IT-based architecture lets users go beyond what’s possible with a classic switcher with pre-programmable outputs that allow better production efficiencies. With its unique way of live switching, directors can afford to be more creative using DYVI.

Faster analysis and better decision making

On stand G2-30, Xeebra will also be displayed to the region for the first time. The multi-angle replay system can be used by multiple stakeholders including sports officials, coaching and medical staff to play, pause, rewind and even zoom into 16 HD camera feeds at once.

The system lets operators utilise an intuitive touchscreen or dedicated controller to analyse and manipulate live camera feeds that remain entirely in-sync.

All of these EVS products will be on display in hall 2, stand G2-30 at the Dubai World Trade Centre at CABSAT 2017.