09.04.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
New software from DVS supports the variable frame rate of Panasonic's AJ-HDC27 (Varicam) HD film camera

Digital Video Systems' HD-software (version 2.6) now supports the variable frame rate of Panasonic’s AJ-HDC27 Varicam HD film camera.

The HDStationPlus/RGB disk recorders, the DVS CineControl on-set capturing system and the CLIPSTER real-time editing workstation now recognize the active frames of the 60 pictures per second transfer.

They store only the active frames allowing for slow- and fast-motion capture. The DVS system filters out the redundant data and thereby greatly reduces the overall amount of material stored resulting in a savings in the amount of storage needed and reduction in costs for storage and transfer times.

The improved software from DVS now supports ANC metadata allowing the storing of time-code information via an HD-SDI link. ANC can be stored with the video data in DPX-file format. This seamless data transfer allows viewing the footage on the user interface during play-out.

See Digital Video Systems (DVS) at IBC2003 in Stand 7.529, or visit: www.dvs.de.

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