03.16.2003 12:00 PM
EVS and DNF Controls provide slow-motion controller for EVS maXS video

EVS Broadcast Equipment and DNF Controls have combined resources to develop slow-motion control capability for the EVS maXS network-based video server.

DNF Controls' new ST300-EVS allows EVS maXS users to make a smooth transition to a tapeless environment, using the maXS to emulate a VTR for slow-motion instant replay, clip creation, and playback.

The maXS can be networked with EVS' four- or six-channel XT LSM, allowing users to access the clip library and the record train of the networked maXS from any XT within the network.

Both DNF Controls and EVS will showcase the ST300-EVS and maXS at NAB2003.

For more information visit DNF Controls at www.dnfcontrols.com and EVS Broadcast Equipment at www.evs.tv.

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