08.06.2008 12:11 PM
University of Idaho builds replay system with DNF Controls ST304-DSR1K controller

University of Idaho Department of Athletics is using the DNF Controls’ ST304-DSR1K slow-motion controller to create a powerful portable replay system for live event production. The ST304-DSR1K slow-motion controller takes advantage of Sony DSR-DR1000 hard disk technology to give the university's video production staff instant access to video, along with simultaneous record and playback functionality. The system is installed at the ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center, home to Idaho Vandals sports (including football and basketball) as well as high-profile university events such as commencement and the annual Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival.

Each of two DNF Controls ST304-DSR1K systems supports a pair of Sony DSR-DR1000 DVCAM hard disk recorders and is tied into the Daktronics big-screen display within the Kibbie Dome.

For more information, visit www.dnfcontrols.com.



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