11.07.2007 08:58 AM
Telecinco trusts EVS technology for studio production

Spanish TV station Telecinco has selected EVS tapeless technology as part of an upgrade to digitize production processes. In the first phase of the installation process, two of EVS' four-channel XT[2] servers controlled by two IP Directors will be installed, as well as XFile software serving as a fast gateway to Avid post-production rooms and as extra external archiving. This XFile software also includes EVS' MediaXchange software, which will allow media to be transcoded to different formats when needed.

During a second phase, Telecinco is planning to add five more servers with its respective IP Directors to the existing setup. At this stage, it will also install an XStore[2] to act as both nearline storage for all the studios and an external redundant database.

For more information, visit www.evs.tv.



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