04.17.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Proximity’s artbox gets new interface

Proximity’s artbox enables artists and producers to manage their work from a single interface.
Proximity’s artbox will debut with a newly designed graphical user interface at NAB2005.

Using artbox, a creative team can remove up to a third of the non-creative activity in their daily routines, leaving more time to create content and less time managing it. It integrates format conversion, storage, workflow management, and search and retrieval of artwork (video, graphics, script or audio) into a single device.

Users can search, locate, transfer and transcode, edit clips, generate EDLs and manage media across multiple formats and platforms. Its workflow management module introduces the concept of a “project,” enabling the user to associate multiple assets that exist in different formats and across multiple devices within a single story.

Artbox can convert between all major still and video formats and interfaces with current and legacy equipment from a variety of manufacturers. artbox’s content management module stores artwork in its native format. Users can search, locate, transfer and transcode artwork across multiple platforms and formats. The artist no longer needs to be concerned with format conversions and where to store the asset.

For more information, visit www.proximitygroup.com. Artbox will be on display at the Vizrt (SL1137) and Chyron (SU7158) booths at NAB.

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