09.11.2003 12:00 PM
Incite to show tools to enhance workflow at IBC2003

Incite will show a number of products to enhance the transparent sharing of media to expedite the production workflow at IBC2003. They include:



The Editor E3 is Incite's hardware-based, on-line editing application for post-production and promo.
  • Editor E3: Incite's hardware-based, on-line editing application for post-production and promo.

  • Remote Producer RP: Fully-featured DV software-based nonlinear editor for network and on site production.

  • Newsmaker N1: Software-codec, proxy editor designed for the newsroom journalist.

  • News N2: On-line, fast-cutting editor that communicates with automation systems.

  • Media Logger M1: Network-aware logging application for clip and metadata creation.

  • Media Manager M2: Metadata, logging, search and media asset control in network environments.

  • Task Server Q10: Automates rendering and conversion tasks for increased workflow; delegates tasks over dedicated CPU transcoding and render stations.

  • Video Server S4: Incite’s four-channel ingest and playout system delivers versatility connected to digital production workflow.

  • File Server FS: Extends ability to allow multiple editing platforms simultaneous access to centrally stored digital video formats in both high-resolution and proxy-resolution; manages file usage and throughput.

See Incite at IBC2003 in Stand 7.210 or visit www.inciteonline.com.

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