NAB 2011: Rimage to Showcase Sports Video Archiving and Distribution Solution

At NAB, Rimage will demonstrate how to use disc publishing systems to save time and money, and gain a competitive edge. Collegiate organizations around the United States currently use Rimage’s automated disc publishing systems to archive practice and game footage as well as distribute video to coaches and players via DVD and Blu-ray Discs. The Rimage disc publishing solution plugs directly into any video editing platform allowing users to enhance existing workflow and tools instead of spending time and resources on adopting new procedures. When exporting game or practice footage, all the logged metadata carries over to the archive copy for future retrieval needs.

“Collegiate football teams are the tip of the iceberg when it comes to managing sports video,” says Chris Wells, VP of marketing and strategy at Rimage. “We’re seeing strong interest in this solution from professional teams and many other sports organizations both in the US and in other countries.”

Rimage will showcase its Sports Video Archiving and Distribution Solution at NAB in Hall S1, Booth SL5920. Disc publishing experts will present Workflows that Deliver, a series of daily seminars, including a demonstration entitled Sports Video Distribution and Archiving.

The advent of digital video has transformed coaching and training methods. Standalone or portable hard drives do not always stand up to the growing video archive and distribution demands. Rimage’s Sports Video seminar will show how to easily implement automated optical disc publishing to safely and efficiently store and share digital content to players, coaches, and any external audience — all without disruption to your current video workflow.

Chris Luke, Director of Video Operations for football at the University of North Carolina, recently incorporated a Rimage Professional 5400N sports video solution. “We were just putting content on terabyte hard drives or standalone, portable hard drives,” says Luke. “Now I can export footage from my DVSport editing system directly to DVD or Blu-ray Disc™ for shelf archive.”

As part of its Workflows that Deliver seminars, Rimage will be presenting disc publishing solutions that fulfill other aspects of video workflow, including video authoring, video on-demand and optical archiving, as well as Rimage product demonstrations. All seminars and demonstrations will be hosted daily in NAB Hall S1, Booth SL5920.

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