Panasonic, Dalet unveil Network DV

Both companies develop an integrated news production system from ingest to broadcast.
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Panasonic Broadcast and Dalet announced a partnership agreement at IBC2002 on a new entry level TV production system called Network DV.

The system fully integrates Panasonic DV camcorders with Dalet’s latest newsroom and asset management system, which is based on standard PCs.

Dalet went to Panasonic with its vision of networked DV25 editing - a complete end-to-end system from ingest to broadcast using Panasonic cameras, DV25, and Dalet software. The result is network DV aimed at small to medium sized TV broadcasters.

Network DV is a new end-to-end solution covering the entire life span of video content, from ingest to play-out. Video is stored centrally and shared across a Gigabit Ethernet network for simultaneous recording, editing and playback without disruption. Workflow tools, asset management capabilities and Internet access serve to additionally enhance productivity.

A central server gives access to all video material from any workstation. Users can browse, make shot selections, and edit footage from any computer. They can take advantage of collaborative tools such as shared clipboard, status, automatic notification and customized media asset management forms.

For information about Panasonic visit www.panasonic.com/broadcast.

For more about Dalet go to www.dalet.com.

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