Leitch rolls out VelocityQ-based live nonlinear multi-camera editing

The new configuration combines the product's fully integrated, full-quality multi-camera editing capabilities with the ability to edit and record simultaneously from multiple input sources
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Leitch's new solution for multi-camera editing can edit and record from multiple input sources simultaneously.

Leitch Technology has introduced a new solution for multi-camera editing based on the VelocityQ nonlinear editing system.

The new configuration combines the product's fully integrated, full-quality multi-camera editing capabilities with the ability to edit and record simultaneously from multiple input sources. It can edit multi-camera programs interactively from the live input feeds, which are also recorded separately to disk.

In this configuration, which supports four-camera interactive switching, a dedicated ingest station captures each live input source. Running the Leitch QIngest software, the Quattrus-based ingest stations record the live feeds to a shared storage area network. A complete VelocityQ editing system using the same shared storage can begin editing these sources immediately, even as they are still being recorded.

For more information on the new editing system, visit www.leitch.com.

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