03.15.2011 02:27 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
EVS to unveil XT3 production server at NAB Show

EVS will introduce the XT3 production server, the third generation of its XT servers, at the 2011 NAB Show, April 11-14, in Las Vegas.

The XT3 offers a number of improvements to meet demanding live and near-live production requirements, including more supported audio and video channels, an increase of bit rates per video channel, a lower-scale chassis, implementation of new mixes on one-channel capabilities and the recording of up to two triple-speed SuperMotion feeds per server.

The new server is now available in two versions: a 6RU chassis supporting up to eight HD/SD channels, including six in and two out or six channels in 3-D/1080p mode; or a 4RU chassis supporting up to seven HD/SD channels or four channels in 3-D/1080p mode. The XT3 supports up to 96 audio tracks and can be configured in a range of natively supported video codecs without the needing to change hardware. The XT3 will be available in July.

See EVS at the 2011 NAB Show in Booth C9508.

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