05.28.2008 09:33 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Video Technics, agámi Systems offer file-based HD news workflow

Video Technics and agámi Systems announced an end-to-end file-based HD newsroom solution, which includes a video server, nonlinear editor and unified network attached storage, for less than $90,000.

NewsFlow HDX is based on an open-architecture design that combines best-of-class video servers, centralized media and metadata storage, asset management and mainstream editing platforms.

A NewsFlow HDX bundle includes a two-channel Apella HDX video server, a Studio Pro RTX.2 HD nonlinear editor and 6TB of agámi AIS3000 networked attached storage. The solution can easily be scaled to meet budgets and workflow demands.

For more information, visit www.videotechnics.com.



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