08.07.2008 12:00 AM
Fast Forward Video Displays New HD Recording Solutions
At IBC2008, Fast Forward Video will be demonstrating DVR systems already in production, as well as a number of new innovations currently in development, including first-of-a-kind solutions for HD recording.

Making its international debut at IBC2008, the Elite HD is the first camera-mounted DVR and player to harness the JPEG 2000 compression codec for recording HD-SDI video signals. Designed to mount on the back or base of a camcorder, the Elite HD accepts an incoming HD-SDI video signal with up to eight channels for embedded audio and uses J2K to record at data rates of 100 Mbps with virtually no loss in signal quality.

Introduced at the 2008 NAB Show in April, eClips is a DVR for live broadcast production. In a single compact package, eClips gives broadcasters and cable providers instant, on-the-fly access to video still/clip stores, animated graphics, and audio clips for enhancing live news, sports, and educational programs. It is available for either SD or HD (SDI) broadcast.

FFV will also showcase its Omega HD recorder, Q HD, and several other SD solutions at IBC, including NDT200, Recon DVR and Outrider DVR.

Fast Forward Video will be in Stand 10.F35.

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