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05.19.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Remote marking on Laird's capdiv Direct DV Recorder

Technical Services, a Lakeside, Calif.-based systems integrator, has developed a method for electronically marking live video from multiple cameras while it is being recorded. The technique enables video capture in an edit-ready format, saving considerable time during the postproduction process.



Laird's capdiv Direct DV Recorder is a tapeless, disk-based capture and playback deck designed to shorten the DV capture process and to make video clips instantly accessible to nonlinear edit systems.

The system uses Laird Telemedia’s capdiv Direct DV Recorder in a system that allows operators to live-switch digital video from multiple cameras.

Laird's capdiv Direct DV Recorder is a tapeless, disk-based capture and playback deck designed to shorten the DV capture process and to make video clips instantly accessible to nonlinear edit systems. The deck records edit-ready clips directly to its integrated hard drive from any DV camcorder as footage is being shot. It then can serve as a hard disk drive or transfer-captured media at four times faster than real-time via FireWire (IEEE 1394) to NLE systems for editing as a file.

For more information on the marking process, visit Technical Services at www.widcoinc.com. For more on the capdiv recorder, visit: www.lairdtelemedia.com.

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