SMPTE 2014: EVS Brings Remote Production, MXF File Mastering, Archiving, and Multimedia Distribution Solutions
Leading live video solutions provider EVS will exhibit its latest innovations and present on the rise of the second screen at the SMPTE 2014 technical conference and exhibition in Hollywood, CA, October 21-23, 2014.At booth 420, EVS will showcase new live production systems designed to monetize content, streamline mastering and archiving of content, and enable remote and second-screen production and distribution.
The EVS C-Cast Multimedia Distribution platform takes all of the recorded content from EVS servers and helps turn that content into a customized multi-screen experience — at top speed during live productions. The solution can be easily integrated any mobile provide a complete package fans can use to access multi-angles, stats and data, as well as engage with targeted promotions, advertising, social media and more, all as the event unfolds.
C-Cast Xplore is a simple web application which gives users remote access to EVS XT3 live production servers. Studios, archivists and editors can tap directly into the server network in the outside broadcast unit for instant access to any camera, and transfer footage to any location.
EVS OpenCube file-based ingest server and MXF file interoperability solutions offer the most comprehensive toolset for managing the media content lifecycle. The EVS OpenCube HD/SD solution for ingest, mastering and archive content management easily supports all industry MXF standards (including AS-02, AS-03 and AS-11, IMF, IMF App2) for production, post production and archive workflows. It also takes the guesswork out of managing closed caption
James Stellpflug, VP, sports products at EVS will present “Remote Content Access and the Rise of the Second Screen”, on Wednesday, October 22. Using the groundbreaking 2014 World Cup multimedia workflow as a case study, James will analyse the technology, challenges, results and opportunities behind new capabilities for second-screen content that are changing the media landscape.
“It’s always a pleasure to be part of the SMPTE conference and engage this community,” said Stellpflug. “I’m looking forward to discussing how media consumption on connected devices is changing our industry and the challenges and opportunities it brings.”
The SMPTE technical conference and exhibition takes place at the Loews Hollywood Hotel, October 21-23, 2014.