09.16.2004 10:47 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
QuVIS introduces, delivers 2K and 4K digital intermediate, D-Cinema solutions

QuVIS introduced four new servers at IBC2004 and servers for digital-cinema screenings in conjunction with the IBC Cinema initiative in the RAI theatre.

They include:

  • The QuVIS Encore, a disk recorder that records and plays HD and SD in more than 50 video and graphics formats including 720p, 1080i, P and PsF, PAL and NTSC.
  • The QuVIS Acuity, offering a single-platform, virtual-tape architecture allowing users to move incrementally to a digital, disk-based workflow.
  • The QuVIS Ovation, supporting up to 12-bit-per-channel image quality. It can handle more than 50 formats up to and including 2K.
  • The QuVIS Cinema Player, providing up to 12 channels of audio and subtitling options including native CineCanvas and QuVIS TitleMaster support. It supports CineLink local link encryption, and includes 128-bit AES content encryption.

For more information, visit www.quvis.com.

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